A lot of us are going to spend the next year listening to videos on YouTube, as the Internet turns its attention toward mainstream video content.
But what do these video creators do to make them gay?
In an interview with The Huffington Post, the creators of some of the most popular YouTube music videos talked about their gender-based creative work, and some of their favorite gay videos.
The HuffPost asked all of them to describe their gay videos, and each gave us a list of 10 queer videos that they think have the most appeal.
We asked the creators to provide us with a few key points about their work, as well as some tips to help you watch your gay videos on the YouTube platform.
Below are the 10 gay music videos that the creators at Gayle Video are passionate about.
They are listed in alphabetical order.1.
Bruno Mars and the Flaming Lips”Paint It Black” (2012)The Flaming Lizardz cover Bruno Mars’s hit song “Paint it Black,” from his 2010 album, Flaming.
The video features a number of LGBT characters dancing in the rain and a few of the women dancing in drag.
The song’s lyrics are very explicit about the meaning of homosexuality: the act of having a sexual relationship with someone of the same gender.
This song and video are very much about that.
The video also features a gay character named “Goddess,” a reference to the biblical character of Jesus.2.
“The Last Dance” (2013)Brunio Mars is the most visible of the male video creators.
He’s also the person who makes the most LGBT-centric videos on his channel, The FlamingLizards.
His videos feature mostly men dancing and having sex, though he occasionally features female characters as well.
His music videos also feature a large number of gay characters, including a young boy with a man’s face and a gay man with a woman’s face.3.
“”Flaming Pals” (2011)Bruh.
In the beginning Bruno Mars was just Bruni, but after the video came out he had a new name.
He now is Bruno, and his videos are the most gay-themed.
He makes videos for people like himself and has created a large, dedicated following on YouTube.4.
Travis Scott’s “Travis” (2016)Travis is a gay-and-straight musician, who performs in drag for the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) and performs on various music videos for his YouTube channel.
He is also the author of the new book “I’m Gay, I’m Not Gay,” which is about being gay and being queer in music.
He was featured on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” as well and has a huge following.5.
Sydney Smith’s “Cherry Blossoms” (2014)This is Sydney Smith’s first and only video on YouTube that features a lesbian, a gay couple, and a lesbian couple with a straight couple.
Smith is a trans woman who came out as trans to her family and friends in 2014, and she’s been a part of many LGBTQ communities throughout her career.
She also performs regularly for gay bars and clubs.6.
Pamela Anderson and Jay Z”Say My Name” (2017)In her “Say My name” video, Pamela Anderson and rapper Jay Z are seen kissing passionately on a stage.
They’re wearing pink and red dresses and they look as if they’re about to go on a date.
Their dance moves are really cute and it’s great to see that they’re getting along.7.
The xx”Love Me Tender” (2015)This video features an all-male dance party, and it includes some of pop culture’s most prominent LGBT celebrities.
It’s also one of the best-known gay YouTube videos.8.
Justin Bieber and Justin Timberlake”I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” (2006)Justin Bieber has been one of YouTube’s most popular stars and a pioneer of gay rights.
He has been a big supporter of LGBT causes, and this video was one of his most popular.
The clip features a young gay man dressed as a man, and he’s kissing a woman in a rainbow costume.
It also features some of Justin’s gay fans, and there’s a very sexy video of a lesbian in a pair of high heels.
The track “I Don’T Wanna” is the biggest hit on Justin’s first solo album, “I Kissed a Girl,” and it was his first video on the music video site.
It was also his first to feature a lesbian and a bisexual couple.9.
Dirty Projectors”Lust For Life” (2010)In 2010, Dirty Projectors became the first band to hit the Billboard Hot 100 chart and became the hottest pop group in the world.
The track is about getting