Bernice Loh does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. The post went viral. The pressure for girls to focus on how they look or fashion themselves after adults has been much discussed. YouTube has attained a global watch time of over million hours daily. But how do YouTubers typically construct and celebrate what it means to be a girl?
'Hot Girl Problems' confirms Internet hates teenage girls
Thanks to their awkward and tuneless YouTube video "Hot Girl Problems," two year-old girls from Los Angeles have the dubious distinction of being dubbed "the next Rebecca Black. It's not that we need a new version of the adolescent girl behind "Friday," the Auto-Tuned masterpiece of mediocrity which became 's cool thing to hate. It's just that … well … when you work in the media, adjectives can be hard apparently. It's just easier to call pretty much anything "the next blah blah blah.
In a world filled with female internet influencers, we've put together a list of the prettiest YouTubers. From Jenna Marbles to Loren Gray, you'll find the best youtube girls on this list, based on appearances, ranked by fans like you. There are comedians, musicians, models, and actresses who have grown their following with sensational videos. With their informational makeup tutorials, video game play-throughs, and songs, these women vloggers are more than just hot or sexy.
Videos of children showing their exposed buttocks, underwear and genitals are racking up millions of views on YouTube — with the site displaying advertising from major cosmetics and car brands alongside the content. Comments beneath scores of videos appear to show paedophiles sharing timestamps for parts of the videos where exposed genitals can be seen, or when a child does the splits or lifts up their top to show their nipples. Some of the children in the videos, most of whom are girls, appear to be as young as five. Many of the videos have hundreds of thousands, if not millions of views, with hundreds of comments. Banner advertising for Google and the World Business Forum also appeared alongside some of the videos.