So, I’ll be honest with you guys from the jump, this post is just a shameless promotion for a Youtube channel that I like. But, I hope you’ll at least see that the channel’s fun enough to warrant a post.
The channel that I’ll be talking to you guys about is Cut. Cut is a sort of Buzzfeed-esque channel that specializes in a variety of segments to entertain and sometimes enlighten the viewer. As the channel’s About page simply states, “Cut is for everyone.”
But what kind of videos does Cut publish more specifically? Well again, it varies. Some of their more popular series include Fear Pong, where exs, random strangers, siblings, parents/children, and more engage in a game of beer pong with some funny dares included.
Another series includes Truth or Drink, which is pretty self-explanatory, and is usually played by the same groups of people.
Then finally, another fan favorite is the LineUp series, which has an ever-changing topic from video to video. Some videos will have people guessing whether people in a group of strangers are porn stars or not, or they could be guessing zodiac signs, guessing sexual orientations, racial ethnicities, or much more.
And that brings us to the, “Why are we talking about it here?” topic.
Cut is a fantastic studio that dares to match that label of being “for everyone.” That means, they’re not afraid to tackle interesting videos like, “Parents Explain School Shootings,” "Blind People Describe Beauty," or “A Rabbi, a Priest and an Atheist Smoke Weed Together.” On top of that, the show is ever inclusive when it comes to LGBTQ people and life.
By including awkward conversations between exs, flirtatious first dates, committed couples, and hilarious strangers becoming fast friends, this Youtube channel humanizes LGBTQ people.
All of this is to say, if you’re looking for a new Youtube Channel to watch (something to enjoy while you’re running on the treadmill, hanging out with friends, on the tube/train, or whatever else), Cut is worth a click.
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