YouTube declares itself #ProudToLove in celebration of pride month.
When the historic Supreme Court ruling granting equal marriage rights nationwide came down, YouTubers, who’ve been using the platform to come out and to share their pride for years, had a lot to say online.
Several of the platform’s, including Hannah Hart, Tyler Oakley, Connor Franta, Gigi Gorgeous, and Kingsley, were also quick to respond on social media with an outpouring of pride and support for the decision.
They also shared their pride.
Overall, emotions were high.
I CAN GET MARRIED NOW IF I WANT TO WTF
— Connor Franta (@ConnorFranta) June 26, 2015
Several YouTubers were also at the Supreme Court for the historic decision. YouTube’s marketing manager for LGBTQ+ creators Raymond Braun attended, along with Aaron and Austin Rhodes, twins who made headlines for coming out to their dad while filming a YouTube video. The trio posted a reaction video at the capitol.
Screengrab via YouTube Spotlight/YouTube