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YouTube Cancels Queer Series DING DONG I'M GAY Just In Time For Pride

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Maybe the donut constituted an illegal hole pic? (Image via Ding Dong I'm Gay) As usual, a major social media company — in this case YouTube — that is virtually indispensable in its field has chosen to crack down on a queer content creator.

For added spice, YouTube decided to do it during Pride Month. Ding Dong I'm Gay (which I first covered here) is a digital series produced with the support of Screen NSW and Screen Australia, film-funding bodies Down Under, and had at last count over 12 million channel views and 28,000 subscribers.

It is safely on the very, very uptight Instagram here. Then YouTube dissolved the channel. In a note to producers, YouTube claimed the entire channel was in noncompliance with its rules, citing “severe or

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