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There, Crowder and his co-hosts delight in denigrating Maza. Since I started working at Vox, Steven Crowder has been making video after video "debunking" Strikethrough. Every single video has included repeated, overt attacks on my sexual orientation and ethnicity.
Despite days of complaints, a YouTube video capturing the moment when Megan Evans above, left popped the question to longtime partner Whitney Kay Bacon above, right has not been viewable by anyone who turns on the Restricted Mode setting. The couple never discusses any type of sexual experience. I don't see any heterosexual proposal and wedding videos being hidden. It could even affect the couple financially.
YouTube has refused to take action after a journalist accused a YouTuber with millions of subscribers of consistent homophobic and racist harassment. The Vox journalist Carlos Maza tweeted last week about the harassment he said he'd received from the YouTube star Steven Crowder, who has 3. Maza said that in multiple videos "debunking" his show, "Strikethrough," Crowder frequently refers to Maza's sexuality and ethnicity.
In a subsection, YouTube specifically writes creators cannot:. Use stereotypes that incite or promote hatred based on any of the attributes noted above. This can take the form of speech, text, or imagery promoting these stereotypes or treating them as factual.
YouTube published a press statement on June 5 outlining their "ongoing work to tackle hate. Carlos Maza is a reporter for Vox, an American media company, who runs a series known as "Strikethrough" on YouTube, which aims to document the changing media landscape in the Trump era. On May 30, Maza tweeted a thread detailing anti-gay made by Steven Crowder — a prominent Conservative comedian and host of "Louder with Crowder".
The owner of Albatross Bar, located at 24th Ave. He said he initially thought to ignore it, but after thinking on it, he decided to post it to try to find the suspect. Yet, together with his staff, he decided to take a stand against the act of hatred and posted the video. The bar owner was in the process of reporting the crime to police, when he spoke with the Astoria Post.
William L Sledd born October 11, is an American internet celebrity and former video blogger. His vlogs, which included the popular "Ask A Gay Man" series launched inmade him one of the first YouTube celebrities. Sledd lives in Paducah, Kentuckyand most recently has been a social media manager for a bank. Each of Sledd's videos regularly achieved in excess of 50, views and as of Julyhis most popular video "Ask A Gay Man: Denim Edition" had attracted over 3, views.