5 Bisexual YouTubers You Should Subscribe To

There are lots of wonderful LGBTQ+ YouTubers that are out there, but sometimes I find it difficult to find people who are bisexual (and talk about it). So, here’s a short list of some bi YouTubers who inspire me, make me feel valid, and helped me understand my own sexuality, particularly as a confused, lost little college freshmen.

Connor Manning

Connor is the kind of person you really want to have a conversation with (or at least I do). His videos are quite simple, but address interesting topics that make you think. Connor’s openness about everything, including his sexuality, inspires a lot of my own creative endeavors, and helps me process my own thoughts and feelings.

TheRoxetera (aka Rosie Spaughton of Rose & Rosie)

Rose and Rosie are two of the cutest people in the entire world. In addition, both of them are very open about being in a relationship with another woman. The two of them never fail to put a smile on my face and make me laugh, and they’ve showed me what a positive, healthy queer relationship looks like.

TheNotAdam (RJ Aguiar)

RJ is another person who depicts what a healthy same-sex relationship looks like while still maintaining one’s bisexual identity. His Twitter is also A+.

Rachel Whitehurst

Rachel is kind of like the older sister I never had. She’s loud and sometimes a bit inappropriate, but she excels at dispelling bisexual myths and stereotypes (#ByeBiphobia).


Dodie’s video talking about her bisexuality was one of the first ones I saw after coming out myself, and it made me feel so happy and accepted. Her casualness when she talks about her sexuality is something I would like to apply to my own life.

Written by Sarah

College student, aspiring crazy cat lady, and lover of all things on the Internet. If I'm not writing I'm probably watching YouTube. You can find me on Twitter @theccunicorn

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