Arielle Scarcella’s Fall From Grace

Scarcella’s hard swing to the right foreshadows the end of “Queer YouTube” as we know it

Courtesy of Arielle Scarcella on YouTube.

Being a queer content creator in the earliest days of YouTube was considered a a novelty. Back when posting a “coming out” video was reason enough for widespread media coverage, LGBT+ creators felt they had to naturally conform a script of talking about…

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