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the thing about content creators on youtube calling out people like sam pepper, who is also a content creator on youtube, is that it needs to be ON YOUTUBE.
Most of the audience for big name youtubers don’t follow content creators on social media, so when the abuse allegations came to light, you got a bunch of people not knowing anything about it because they didn’t check Charlie McDonnell’s blog or they don’t follow John Green’s tumblr. Instead what they saw, with their main access to these people being on youtube, were two vague videos about consent.
So when stuff like this happens, it’s nice when big name content creators tweet about it and tumblr about it and stuff, but the main audience, the way the most people are going to know what’s going on and understand that this kind of behavior is UNACCEPTABLE, is through youtube.
They wanna talk about the power of youtube then NOT USE THAT POWER when it matters and we all know why.
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