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Here Are Five of Your New “Unproblematic Faves”

These days, unproblematic faves are hard to come by. With the current state of the world and political climate, it seems like every time you log on, there seems to be another person being “cancelled” for something or the other. And rightfully so too. Nowadays celebrities and influencers are saying the wrong things about the wrong people at the wrong times, and it’s starting to look as if there is no one left to “stan” anymore. That’s where we come in.

Here are five of your new Unproblematic Faves.

#1: Chase Ross

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Chase Ross is a youtube personality and Trans Rights activist whose videos range from topics such as sex toy trans centered prosthetics to mental health, to even updates on his transition.

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Chase also has a weekly podcast with his best friend Aaron Ansuini called “You’re So Brave” where they speak on all things trans as well as conspiracies and current events. Chase holds monthly giveaways featuring things like binders, toys, and other trans related goodies. He is known for his hilarious personality, cats, and educational videos including a recently launched series on his channel called “Trans 101” meant for parents and loved ones of trans people. His dedication to educating the masses on sex, transitioning, and mental health makes him the perfect candidate for this list.

You can find him online here:

Twitter: @ChaseRoss

Youtube: uppercaseCHASE1

 

#2: Crissle West

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Crissle West is a blogger, writer, activist, radio personality, and manifestation of #BlackGirlMagic. Her frequent reading of nonsensical white and black people and her no-nonsense personality makes Crissle an amazing role model for all black girls.

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From her thought provoking and heartfelt blog posts, to her weigh-ins on current events and pop culture foolishness – both on social media and her weekly podcast “The Read” with Kid Fury, Crissle keeps everyone on their toes. She is the auntie everyone needs, to keep them laughing and in formation.

You can find her online here:

Twitter: @crissles

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Website: Crissle.com

 

#4: Kat Blaque

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Kat Blaque is an opinion vlogger and general badass that focuses her activism on the rights of trans and black people. She is known for her quick wit and intellect when it comes to correcting racism, homophobia, transphobia, and bigotry on all of her social media platforms. She has all of the latest information on what is and is not politically correct as well as all things art, lifestyle, and beauty.

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She’s also an amazing illustrator and animator!

You can find her online here:

Twitter: @kat_blaque

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Youtube: /KatBlaque

 

#4: Cynthia Erivo

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Cynthia Erivo (aka precious cinnamon roll) is a UK born singer, actress, and Broadway/West End star who is well on her way to an EGOT (Emmy, Oscar, Grammy, Tony) and world domination. Her recent Broadway debut performance in The Color Purple threw her directly into overnight stardom in America.

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In addition to her immense talent, and iconic arm muscles (you seriously need to watch her workout videos), Cynthia is known for her dedication to shutting down trolls on Twitter in what she often calls “teachable moments”. If you’re looking for encouragement, validation, and a role model with a work ethic that is out of this world – Cynthia Erivo is the girl for you.

You can find her online here:

Instagram: @cynthiaerivo

Twitter: @CynthiaErivo

#5: Alexis G. Zall

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Alexis G. Zall has been on YouTube from the very young age of 13. She is an actor, social media Influencer, and comedian. Her videos usually take a look at today’s society and youth through a comedic lens while commenting on some of the ideals we hold dear.

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She also has a series called “What We Learned” which provides advice on things like bullying, shaving, and how to deal with terrible life experiences. Alexis gives an intelligent perspective on how she is surviving life as a teen all the while making us laugh.

You can find her online here:

Twitter: @AlexisGZall

Youtube: /AlexisGZall

Instagram: @alexisgzall

If you feel like some of your faves have been missed, put them in the comments below.

Here’s to making the rest of 2017 great with these people on our timelines!

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Jay Délise is a NYC/London based writer, comedian, and YouTube personality.

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