Bisexual Men on YouTube – 5 Great Vloggers

Bisexual men are sharing their experience more than ever before on YouTube. This is a great thing.

Years ago when I was coming to terms with being a bisexual man, it was hard to find any good material by bi men on the internet.  I did read a couple of excellent blogs written by bisexual men back then, but there were very few bisexual guys writing about their lives, and no vlogs at all.

Engaging with the experience of other bisexual people is a really crucial part of the process of becoming comfortable with your sexuality. YouTube videos are a wonderfully direct and intimate way of doing this.

Here are 5 bisexual men making great videos:

1) Jake Wright

Check out Jake’s powerful coming out video.  He expresses really well how difficult it is to form a bisexual identity in a culture which often doesn’t recognise bisexuality.  His reflections on the complexities of coming out are also very helpful.

2) Alex Anders – Bisexual Real Talk

Alex’s channel is really wide-ranging, covering a huge range of topics relating to bisexuality. Check out his video exploring the welcome increase in people identifying as bisexual:

3) R J Aguiar

Punchy, confident and funny, RJ’s videos have built up a large following. Check out this video where RJ confronts those who’ve questioned the validity of his bisexuality:

4) Mason Healy

Mason’s moving coming out video goes into depth on the challenges of realising that you’re bisexual during your school years, and the difficulty of coming out to partners and family.  Mason’s message is positive and inspiring.

5) Kenny Moffitt

Check out Kenny’s really helpful video detailing his experience of growing up bisexual. As Kenny says, he’s learned not to worry about his sexuality and to feel comfortable with his attractions, irrespective of gender.

If you’re struggling with being bisexual, or need support with any aspect of life relating to bisexuality, then I offer personal coaching services via Skype or phone.  Feel free to contact me to set up a free, no obligation 30 minute introductory session.