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LGBT / YouTube PopWrapped | LGBT

Why YouTube's Domo And Crissy Are Legends

Mary Kiser | PopWrapped Author

Mary Kiser

Staff Writer
01/21/2017 4:23 am
PopWrapped | LGBT
Why YouTube's Domo And Crissy Are Legends | Domo
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YouTube is more powerful than people think. Aside from music videos, personalities upload substance to shock, entertain, and educate. Individuals like Joey Graceffa, Trisha Paytas, and Shane Dawson amass a mammoth amount of followers. Their topics, from alcoholism to sexual orientation, touch audiences through the computer screens.

In particular, one couple is defining history. YouTube sensations Domo and Crissy are engaged and pregnant. The women face ignorance on a daily basis, but they handle it with ease. Even though online commentary mocks their love, the pair is undeterred. With their firstborn, Domonic, about to debut (March 2017), the mothers are ecstatic. Nothing -- and nobody -- can tear them down. While they're on top, the haters should take notes.

On Domo Wilson's channel, she breaks her silence. Her video "Being a pregnant 'DYKE'" enlightens critics about womanhood, motherhood, and homosexuality. She informs, "Y'all have to stop judging people ... Y'all gotta get out of these labels." Commentators question Domo's faithfulness. However, she can conceive in more ways than one. Through artificial insemination, she can become a mommy. Her relationship status or sense of style is irrelevant to the situation.

Domo Wilson continues, "I am a woman. I have a uterus." It's 2017, yet men and women still can't overcome prejudice. The pressure to conform is just as heavy, and anybody "different" risks backlash.

Like Domo Wilson reiterates, her backbone is unbreakable. She doesn't succumb to the issue; she addresses it with a combination of wit and solemnity. No matter a woman's race, ethnicity, or sexuality, she is gorgeous. Domo Wilson's inspirational message is only five days old, but it's growing in popularity. Almost one million people bear witness to her testimony, and thousands support her speech. Why wouldn't they, though? She speaks the truth.


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