People Are Freaking Out Over Celeb Sticker Scam And Casey Neistat’s Ad Controversy


‘Sup you beautiful bastards hope you’re having a
fantastic Thursday, welcome back to the
Philip DeFranco show, and let’s just jump
into it the first thing we’re gonna talk
about today is celebrities selling
bullshit and no I’m not talking about
Kim Kardashian Kim Kardashian was in the
news because she sold out of 300,000
makeup kits in less than three hours
making her an estimated 14 million
dollars. I’m not talking about her she’s
a celebrity using her fame to sell
makeup that does makeup things seems to
be on the up-and-up
today I want to talk about Gwyneth Paltrow,
her company “goop”, and a product they
just promoted called “Body Vibes.” “goop” is
Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle website.
Paltrow’s site that in the past has
recommended products and services like
vaginal steaming, Jade eggs to put in
your vagina,
a 24-karat dildo, and now the product we’re
talking about today: body vibes. And body
vibes are essentially $5 stickers. You
get a 24 pack for $120 they claim to use
quote “NASA spacesuit material” to quote
“rebalance the energy frequency in our
bodies” goop states with the stickers are
made with the same conductive carbon
material NASA uses to line spacesuits
so they can monitor an astronauts vital
signs during wear and the body vibes
come pre-programmed at the ideal
frequency. And if you have never heard of
goop before I am so excited to introduce
you to this level of stupid. The article reads “Wearable Stickers That Promote Healing (Really!).”
Already setting us up for greatness, it’s like a YouTube title.
YouTube storytime: I almost died not
clickbait!
Now go to your happy place and let me show you how goop describes the concept,
the concept human bodies operate
at an ideal energetic frequency but everyday
stresses and anxiety can throw off our
internal balance, depleting our energy
reserves and weakening our immune systems.
Body Vibe stickers can pre-program to an
ideal frequency, allowing them to target
imbalances while you’re wearing them
close to your heart or your left
shoulder or arm,
they’ll fill in the deficiencies in your
reserves creating a calming effect
moving out both physical tension and
anxiety. P.S. leaving them on for the
prescribed three day period left a few
goop staffers with marks on their skin.
Now here’s where I have to give an outlet
some problems. Gizmodo saw this and,
like me, most likely saw that and said
ah well that seems like weird hippie dippie
bullshit. And so Gizmodo took the liberty
of contacting NASA, since their suits
were referenced, and said hey what do you
think about this product and the claims.
And in response a rep for the spacewalk
program said quote “The suits do not have
any conductive carbon material lining
the spacesuits” and Mark Shelhammer,
former chief of NASA’s human research
division, stated “Wow, what a load of
bullshit. Not only is the whole premise
like snake oil, the logic doesn’t even
hold up. If they promote healing, why do
they leave marks on the skin when they
are removed.” Gizmodo also asked Body
Vibes and goop if they had any
peer-reviewed papers that back up their
claims. None have been provided at the
time, but Richard Eaton, the founder,
claims “Without going into long
explanation about the research and
development of this technology, it comes
down to this. I found a way that’s
happened the human body’s bio frequency,
which the body is receptive to outside
energy signatures, most of the research
that has been collected is confidential
and is held its company private information.”
Well I guess that settles that.
And here’s what I’ll say, when it
comes to stuff like this I don’t know if
I ever feel bad. There’s part of me that
goes why would I feel bad about this;
a rich person’s going to drop $120 on
24 stickers, cool.
A fool and their money are quickly seperated.
But then I think of who goop is targeting.
Yes, they’re probably established well-off
women, but a lot of marketing goes
towards people that aspire. It seems like
people look up to Gwyneth Paltrow and
goop because they, they see this higher greater lifestyle.
These people that are part of the 1%,
getting 1% experience is getting, getting things that I normally
wouldn’t get access to, this is my chance,
and ends up feeling so predatory and
nasty to me that I end up feeling bad
for these people.
Granted, this is based off an opinion where I’m showing bias
towards believing more so the people that worked at NASA,
than the claims from a person
that has a company that says that they
use NASA like nah maybe the placebo
effect will make them feel happy and
maybe it’s a win. I don’t know. I’m trying to
be more positive and not hate on things
today, but the world is not letting me
I’m going to end this story before I say
something I regret.
And then I want to
talk about a heavily requested story
I don’t- talking about the story is
potentially awkward in general but also
very awkward considering that I’m, I’m
filming this at VidCon. Thousands of
youtubers are here including
high-profile youtubers, YouTube
themselves, tons of companies are here. But I
also don’t want to dodge stories because
it puts me in an inconvenient place, so
let’s just talk this out.
There’s been some backlash and outrage recently
against Casey Neistat and the YouTube
trending page. Now in general, there have
been concerns for a while that the
YouTube trending page is not actually
what YouTube says it is,
which is all based off an algorithm, but they’re
hand-picked videos and there’s evidence of
favoritism, now I don’t know about that.
The reason I saw today of people wanting
us to cover the story was Casey Neistat, essentially YouTube’s golden boy,
he put out a video called first day of
summer with this thumbnail.
Casey who do you think you are, me from five years ago?
I kid, but it’s essentially a hot girl
front and center, video you click on it
it’s a five minute video, it’s high
quality, it’s what you expect from Casey
Neistat. That by itself doesn’t mean
anything to me he could still have ended
up on the trending normally as always
but the other thing that has a lot of
people questioning and a lot of people
angry is the last 10 seconds of the
video where it ends with this video is
filmed entirely on the Samsung Galaxy S8,
every single shot, no color correction,
hashtag no filter. And at that point a lot of
people start shouting: you tricked us
into watching an add. Also if you go into
the description of the video there’s
nothing there that says “add” or “brought
to you by” There’s not even a verbal call
out in the video, it’s just on the ass
end of it and to that I say I don’t know
what might take away is. We don’t know if
Casey was paid, but in the behind the
scenes footage we see that there is a
lot of support there. At the very least
it seems like an extension of the
already existing relationship between
Samsung and Casey Neistat. I’m not a lawyer
so I don’t know fully the legal
situation around that. But a lot of people
been saying this goes against the FCC
rules and it also goes against YouTube’s
guidelines which also brings up the
question: How can it go against YouTube’s
guidelines and be on trending? and so this
whole thing has just added fuel to the
fire, that is the question:
Do certain creators on this platform get special treatment? It’s come up in several
different avenues but it is still
essentially the same question.
And personally I have to say I’m on the
fence with this story obviously I have
to be transparent I think my bias it
keeps me from fully going after Casey
here. While we have differences politically and
with what we tell our audiences to do I
respect him as a creator, and his
benefit the final text does kind of
technically give you an idea that it is
an ad but I do also understand why
people feel like they were tricked and
that this was disingenuous
I don’t know, I’m torn on it and so I think I
actually I want to pass the question off
to you guys. What do you think? Do you
think it’s dirty? or you think it’s fine?
Also do you think that YouTube is
actually controlling the trending page?
I’ve seen some people going even further
saying maybe there is a relationship
between YouTube Casey and Samsung. I don’t know, let me know what you think. But from that I want
to share some stuff I loved today and
today in awesome and the first bit of
awesome we have today is you beautiful
bastards yesterday we launched the That’s
Amazing shirt. A shirt where 100% of the
proceeds were going to St. Jude
Children’s Research Hospital. And I woke up
this morning to find that you guys were
buying this shirt so much as of
recording this video we have raised over
25 thousand dollars for charity that
is truly amazing thank you to everyone
that bought the shirt here, is going to
buy the shirt here, it’s up for a week.
Also thanks to the people that said they
don’t have money but they were they were
still pimping out that that link. Thank
you, thank you, thank you, for helping put
a little awesome into the world. Then we
got a brand new trailer for Wet Hot
American Summer: Ten Years Later, it’s
such a weird fun time I cannot wait for
August 4th. Then we got a Cyanide and
Happiness short that involves Jesus and
it’s a fun video that will probably not
offend anyone at all.
Then we have
Youtuber Lewis Spears trolling some
anti-vaxxers at a protest. Well not
even really he didn’t troll them as much as ask
if any of them were a doctor.
Lewis: are you a doctor?
Man: no not at all
Lewis: but you have done your research?
Man: oh my word absolutely yeah
Lewis: Is that research part of like a 6-year doctorates degree or more just google?
Hats off to you Lewis.
And if you want to see the full versions everything I just shared, the secret link
of the day, anything at all, links as
always are in the description down below.
And then let’s talk about 33 year old
Rebecca Berger. Rebecca was a 33 year old
French fitness Instagram model. She showed her
lifestyle and photos, gave workout
fitness and diet advice, and she’s been
blowing up in the news for the past 24
hours because she died on Sunday in a
freak accident. Reportedly she was killed
by a whipped-cream cannister. It’s one of
those pressurized whipped cream
canisters but as the CO2 in it. Reportedly
it exploded, hit Rebecca in her thorax,
she then started having a heart attack,
and she died. So a seemingly random accident,
although there are reports that this
canister may have been part of a recall.
The canisters appeared to have been made
Ard time and back in 2013 they
recalled 200,000 canisters so they had a
recall back in 2013 this was thanks to a
string of accidents that have been
reported since 2010, but reportedly out of
the 200,000 canisters that were recalled
only 25,000 were returned. And according to
60 million consumers magazine, there have
been accidents from these products in
the past. Those including broken teeth,
tinnitus, multiple fractures, and the loss
of an eye. And really I only have two final
thoughts here: one, this is unfortunately
our seemingly daily reminder that life
is fragile and you could lose anything
at any moment so live your life to the
fullest and love who you have while you
have them, and two, hopefully anyone that has
this same product that’s watching right
now notices this and maybe by watching
this video I saved a life and I’m going
to hero and oh my god I’m such a good
guy. There we go I made the story about me
really isn’t that the whole point of the show. Now I want
to talk about two stories coming out of
the UK because of a recent heat wave.
Right now it is getting hot in the UK, so
what do you do when it’s hot you, you
usually wear less clothes. Say no to
slacks say yes to shorts you sweat a
little less but there is a problem at
some schools there it is against the
dress code for boys to wear shorts. It
was against the rules but that didn’t
make sense to a fifteen-year-old at the
school by the name of Ryan. And he asked
the question to the administration there
if the girls can wear skirts why can’t
we wear shorts. And to that according to
one of the moms the headmaster said
quote “Well you can wear a skirt if you
like” but I think she was being sarcastic
But Ryan and a few of his friends did not
take it as sarcasm and five of them
showed up in skirts. They said it was
quite refreshing, there was a nice breeze
the next thing you know there are reports that
there were fifty to sixty boys wearing
skirts. My favorite thing about this
picture is the only boy who looks
uncomfortable is the boy who looks like
he forgot that it was wear a skirt day
look at that face he’s like really no one hit me
up in the group text no no it’s cool
it’s cool and to the school’s credit even
though they have not changed the dress
code they haven’t punished any of the
boys for doing this so as of right now it’s
hard to gauge how successful that
protest is but that wasn’t the case with
a similar story to this that didn’t
involve a school but a workplace. This
story involving UK call center worker
Joey Bard he was sent home because at
this workplace shorts were against the
dress code so instead of going home and
then putting on heavy pants and then
sweating to death he decided bitch I’m a
pretty pretty princess I’m gonna wear a
dress I’m going to wear a pink dress and
he did and he actually wanted to work
like that and almost immediately the
bosses didn’t send him home kick them
out they they released an email to the
company saying gentlemen in the office
can wear three-quarter length shorts in
black navy or beige only. Which I feel like
Joey should feel proud about but also at
the same time I mean if you think about
it what was the last time you dressed a
certain way and then the place that you
worked or went to school was like let’s
just change the rules what I’m seeing
should not happen. So congratulations to
Joey for two reasons the first is
finding out that pink is definitely your
color, and two for standing up to the man. But
also the story makes me wonder about
gender. There are a lot of places in all
society they have gendered rules
going to the restroom, dress code,
ladies night ladies drink free. Bitch
sign me up! Joking aside, it seems more
and more people are wondering why why do
why does why do we have these gender
rules why is a male nipple on Instagram
fine but a female nipples risque oh my
god it gives life
disgusting! It makes me think of this
story coming out of DC right now
beginning next week DC will
allow gender-neutral designations on
driver’s licenses and ID cards, and DC is
not the first place this announcement’s
coming out after Oregon was the first
state in the country to allow
gender-neutral options on their ID card
California also has a bill under
construction around this and so on your
ID card instead of said saying M for
male, f for female you can just put X and
so for me personally this falls into
that category of I don’t get it but does
it hurt anyone or does it mess anything
up does this introduction of an X
change anything other than just for the
person it’s for. I don’t know. It doesn’t matter
much to me I know that there are very
passionate feelings about this though
and so that’s actually I’m going to pass
this question on to you again what are
your thoughts you care you don’t care
you’re for it you’re against it are you
about genders being binary or fluid
leave those comments down below I want to get
a peek into your mind. The last thing I
want to mention is that the Republicans
finally revealed their Senate health
care bill in the United State. There’s a
massive document myself and others are
tearing through it this is also going to
be a developing situation because there
are already four Republicans that are
standing against this health care bill
Republicans only have 52 seats in the
Senate so they don’t have a majority so
there is going to have to be some sort
of compromise that is going to take some
time to properly go through I did want
to mention it before I ended this video
so you weren’t like what the hell. But that
said that is where we’re going to end
today’s show I got to run out and do
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100 thoughts on “People Are Freaking Out Over Celeb Sticker Scam And Casey Neistat’s Ad Controversy

  1. The boys wearing skirts to boycott dress code seems to happen every year. I swear I hear about it every year

  2. I think it is fine! It is annoying to listed to people talk about the thing they are sponsored by so I think it is fine.

  3. Goop scoop is an eligible business. But! Body vibes stickers are techno products or empowering symbols? Do they have healing properties… only in the eye of the beholder. Who sees the stickers??? Mostly others! Do these "others" send out positive vibes at the sight of these stickers!!!! WTF if the sticker owner feels good with the sticks…why not!

  4. so going to coment on everything here we go
    the goop thing is a masive amout of bs being a science student (biology) i found this disturbing bcs claiming there is scientific evidence when there is non is unethical and in the case of a real scientist you could end with no job and a lot of law problems and if there is scientific evidence witht this and they want to keep it a secret by not making a scientific paper you cant actualy claim there is scientific evidence to it bcs you have nothing to back it up

    the men in dress and boys in skirt is just awesome, seeing how people are standing up agains stupid old rules its just incredible and i love it and meaby in the future the gender will actualy not be a thing anymore and it could be awesome 🙂

    ps new subscriber here and i have been loving your vids <3

  5. YESSSSSS! Youtube does control the trending, I've seen a lots of videos not even close to one million on their most people on youtube wouldn't watch.

  6. Really? People are mad about it being filmed on a phone? An ad? That's what people are angry about in the world today? Seems like overreacting

  7. I feel awful for that woman who died from something preventable. It is sad to lose a life to anything.

    On a more happy note: YAAAY gender neutral IDs!!!

  8. gwenyth is fucking crazy. have we not all learned this by now? The woman is literally a modern hippie. this honestly doesn't surprise me. people will say anything to sell shit. we should be used to this by now.

  9. if you're in a call center why the fuck does it matter? No one is gonna see it. that's like saying "You work from home but you cannot wear shorts in your house. because dresscode." 😂

  10. I guarantee you, that people who don't watch critical videos about these stickers feel the effects because they believe in it.

  11. Casey, you should have mention it was an ad from the beginning and believe in skill instead of click bait and sexy models

  12. By allowing an X on a drivers license will open a whole new can of worms. Just a small example I can think of, is what can police do with someone who denies to reveal their sex? How can they determine if they should be searched by a female or male cop? It essentially boils down to not hating the entire reality of being identified by what most 98% of the people in the world are, male or female. I don't know but erasing gender seems like more of a problem than a positive thing.
    The beauty of a woman vs the masculinity of a man is not something to simply throw away and trivialize like dying ones hair or getting a tan or not.

    #thatsJustMyopinion #america

  13. If you have a penis you are a guy, if you have a vagina you are a girl. If you have a penis and like penis you are gay, if you have a vagina and like vagina you are gay. The fuck else is there besides the weirdos that hump body pillows, stop making people believe shit you make up just to suit your needs better.

  14. Of course youtube favors uploaders with huge numbers of viewers, It's in their best interest to get as many people to the site as possible and quality content(more accurately subscriber numbers) does that best so they get on the front page. Youtube is desperate for quality content because it's what racks up views which in turn means ad revenue.

  15. Casey's thing is legit. I film all my videos with Samsung. If I put an end scroller like that, it does not make it an ad. Also, if he put it before the video nobody would believe it.
    Casey clarified Samsung said he could film whatever he wanted to film as long as he filmed it with their phones. Wth is wrong with that?

  16. That skirt story, though! I'm wondering which girls they borrowed them from. If it was India, they wouldn't waste money on just buying and tailoring skirts when you don't even know if it would be punished.

  17. this is f**** hilarious the Dopey looking chick with the stickers on her chest that looks like she just took a hot shot of heroin LOL

  18. Casey's blog that day was a gold, enjoyed it a lot.
    if we talk about advertising in youtube, don't you vloggers do that every single day when you plug your stuffs??

  19. medically speaking a patient does need a specific gender designation. It has nothing to do with which gender they identify with, but the patient care reminders are different depending on if a patient is genetically/physically male or female. We would change the gender in a patient's charge once they are fully transitioned and no longer need medical care related to their birth gender.

  20. trending is hand picked, just check it out everyday. how else does all the shit that makes youtube look like preteen candy store get on the list?  All the creator's youtube looks after are there day after day.
    reddit kills websites daily with millions of visits, if a video gets front page and their front page averages 6 millions views a day, how come none of those videos end up on trending??

  21. I Don't know why I hadn't subbed to you before. Your videos are always full of information on both sides of the spectrum regarding pretty much everything. Can't wait to see more~

  22. wait i have a question, if a "woman" legally changes her gender to male and he is now LEGALLY a man, could HE then legally post a topless picture on instagram?

  23. "She's been blowing up in the news for the past 24 hours…" Yeah, I mean not the best way to enter into a story about someone who died from something actually been blown up. #TotallyNotAdviceThough

  24. Philip de Franco, Every. single. sentence. is. a. seperate. cut. Is it a stylistic choice or desperate grasp at results.

  25. Gender is what you think you are, Sex is literally what you are. So I don't care what people like to think they are, but what the literally isn't gonna change. To be honest it's all feminist bullshit.

  26. If Casey was paid for it. Then yeah he should be getting shit for making an ad and not advertising that it is an advertisement. BUT if he made the video- didn't get paid and DIDNT GET THE PHONE FOR FREE FROM SAMSUNG TO TRY and just genuinely loves the phone. Then I gotta say I would be okay with his unwarranted love of a product. But if he received the phone for free and loved it and made this advertisement… geez, Casey is becoming a product puppet.

  27. To be fair, the Goop marketing does skirt on some legitimate understanding of the human body. I mean, c'mon, they used a few legit words, when, combined in a different order, actually mean something. Sheesh, everyone's a critic.

  28. Remember the days where you could put whatever text you wanted to in your Youtube videos? When people could watch what they wanted to without getting butthurt about a few lines of text?

    I think the biggest problem with all of this is that we are taking a platform that is meant for entertainment way too seriously. Youtube has always been a platform for expression, so I don't see a valid reason to care if Casey wants to put a Samsung endorsement, paid or unpaid, in his video.

    The whole idea of the First Amendment is that you can express yourself like that, and, no matter how controversial it may be (barring infringement of others rights or bodily harm), no one has the right on those grounds to question how Casey expresses himself.

  29. People think they got tricked into watching a video when you physically clicked on it yourself with no clickbait title? Makes sense. Who cares if it was a ad it was a well made video in general. Plus he's made a bunch of the exact same type of videos for Samsung before. No outrage when he made those videos. I think people are just being sensitive jealous cry babies

  30. While gender is determined by your chromosomes and there is no other option and theres cough 2 GENDERS cough that whole X on your license makes it harder to identify say a criminal or a victim in specific circumstances

  31. The blurb and the end Casey's video was stating a fact more than it was selling something. I wonder if he even knew it was illegal. Otherwise John Oliver should really apologize to Dewalt Ladders. He should have made it clear that it was his idea.. Unless it wasn't, and Samsung put him up to it.. Then we'd have a reason to be angry.

  32. X is the most masculine letter. X-games, X-men… kisses…. X-factor, X-treame whatever. Now X will literally stand for being a sexual deviant. Stop trying to emasculate our whole society damn it. Use 'Q. Q is more appropriate. At least until the next Bond Film.

  33. The section on the id is meant to identify biological sex, not gender. The people that use it include law enforcement or in the hopefully unlikely event, medical emergency personnel. I assume they care less about the gender you identify with but more so what your genetic makeup is to treat you properly. Idk, I personally don't care. Maybe they can add a field that shows both bio sex as well as gender? But one could argue that just puts people on a pedestal they don't wanna be on … eh

  34. love your videos, just want to point out that a heart attack and cardiac arrest are not the same thing. a heart attack is caused by a "circulation" problem that stops blood flow and cardiac arrest is caused by an "electrical" problem that makes it stop beating. I just learned this in a safty training course at work. I had no idea.

  35. I think it is fine. If you watched in caseys previous videos he talks about how he is going to shoot a commercial with the Samsung s8 in the south of France.

  36. In my opinion the issue with Casey depends on the content of the video
    Why would viewers have an issue with watching if it is a video of his usual content at his usual quality level with just a "ps. I shot this video with this Samsung phone…proof its a good camera."
    That doesnt take away from the content itself

  37. I feel like for people of the X gender they should have they're real gender (don't mean that in a disrespectful way I support all LGBTQ+ community) but put they're preferred preference somewhere

  38. I have a better idea, why not just take it off the license? I don't really get why it's gotta be on there anyways. As I mentioned in another reply, gender presentation is enough of a malleable quality (as are the more biological aspects because we have hrt and surgeries now…) that it's about as accurate of a way of identifying you as that photo you took in the DMV a decade ago – in this day and age, where you can take a quick photo of someone and within 10 minutes learn all about their relationship, friends, political leanings, religion, career, and favorite movie, there's more efficient ways of IDing people by crosschecking their license, if it comes to that. Besides, why does the DMV need to know what bits I have?

  39. Cardiac arrest is not the same as a heart attack. I know in this situation it's just semantics, but it's important to understand that a heart attack is essentially a "plumbing problem", while cardiac arrest is when your heart stops.

  40. driver's licenses NEED a biological sex on them. why? well, let's just suppose you're kidnapped. where's the first place law enforcement will look for a basic physical description? the DMV. (even worse, if you no immediate family that can be easily found, your DL is all they might have to go on.) you are then removing a very important identifier.

    and… i swear i am not trying to be even more macabre… what if law enforcement needs to identify your body? you are opening them up to searching 100% of the databases looking for a possible match instead of only 50%.

    it is one thing to self-identify as one sex or another (or neither); however, on official government documents, i believe you should give your biological sex. actually, i will take that one step further and say you should have to give the sex you were born, as that will be one less genetic marker they do not have to check for if all they have to go on are pieces of you.

  41. If you're arrested while at the wheel they won't know if you're a male or female if it says x on your licence

  42. I don't watch Casey, I know he and I don't share political belief, but I don't think it's wrong what he did. He just put down his equipment that he used and sure probably made money from it

  43. At my school in the UK we can't wear shorts and the girls have a totally separate uniform. Our schools are sexist lmao

  44. At my school in the UK we can't wear shorts and the girls have a totally separate uniform. Our schools are sexist lmao

  45. There are only two genders. It's engrained in our psychology and physiology. Saying there are more genders than male or female is like saying there's more than two different charges (+ or -) in chemistry. And to pretend that gender is this super fragile, flimsy thing that changes based on how you feel that day or what's trendy at the time is flat out disrespectful to those that ACTUALLY suffer from gender dysphoria. It cheapens the gravity of how psychologically damaging it is to truly feel in your heart that you were born the wrong gender. If you don't want to be labeled as male or female then whatever, but you still HAVE a gender. It is inextricable from our species.

  46. My opinion goes like this: did Casey talk about Samsung and how great they are in the video? Did he do anything other adding something into the ass end of the video talking about how great Samsung or their phone is? If not, then all he’s doing is basically saying “Hey, you guys want to know about my gear, so here’s what I filmed this on”. If so, then it’s an ad and then must have been declared. That’s that.

  47. I am watching and writing this in Feb. 2019. In today's PDS, you slammed "influencers" for promoting companies without indicating that what is being seen is an ad. It's come up in the last several weeks and you've slammed ALL of them. I think you're right about feeling torn as Neistat is a fellow YouTuber. Glad you kinda saw that.

  48. ALSO: good for the boys who wore skirts to school in response the dress code! It's good to see that these young men didn't see this act as too "gay" or feminine…or whatever! Love seeing boys with confidence!

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