– Let’s talk about the trans community. We don’t do that enough on this show. – I feel we do it more than most shows probably. – That’s probably true. A controversy erupted last week when some clowns who probably don’t pay any attention to Division II sports unless there’s some sort of trans controversy
(energetic club music) Today we’re gonna try ASOS. ASOS. ASOS’ new. Makeup line. At least, six days a week, everyday. I wear some form of makeup every single day. Oh! Never. I feel ecstatic about a gender neutral makeup line. I think it is something that has been long overdue. I think it’s pretty cool.
– We’re back. Ta-Dah! (laughs) – Hello, welcome back to a video. Hi, my name is MaryV. (laughs) I use she/her pronouns and I identify as cis girl, and I identify as queer. – My name is Chella Man. I identify trans masculine and genderqueer. My pronouns are he/him, and, what else? – Oh, I’m
Egh! Sorry my ex-boyfriend just texted me. Hey guys, it’s Mi-Anne. And Nikita. And this is Beauty With Mi. [smooch] You guys might’ve noticed that I’m here with Nikita Dragun- Hi! YouTube extraordinaire, activist, now makeup brand creator. Oh my god. Yeah, you’re like the first person to say that. I guess it’s true. Yeah,
REBEKAH: I’m the scary transgender person the media warned you about. REBEKAH: I’m Rebekah. JAMIE BRUESEHOFF: My name is Jamie Bruesehoff and I’m married, we have three children: they’re 10, 8 and almost 3 years old. So, I write a blog called ‘I’m totally that mom’. In the past few years, my blog has really
Hey guys! Today I am making a video that y’all have been feening for for the last years, and I have decided to make it now, because I am not planning on changing anything yet, so, what the hell am I talking about, oh my god. I’m talking about tattoos, and body modifications. So I