Oh no, my GAYGEEKUNCUT Channel was deleted by YouTube!

GayGeekUncut Taken Down

It’s not the end of the world, but it’s pretty disappointing. I thought I edited the YouTube videos pretty well to keep anyone from seeing any porn or illicit images that YouTube wouldn’t want to show. Especially considering how much real lesbian porn exists on YouTube. Seriously. Just type in ‘Lesbian’ in the search on Youtube and you get 10,000s of vids that have girls totally going to town with millions of hits.

I could start a new Youtube site, no idea what I’d name it. Maybe GayGeekUncuts? GayGeekUncut2? But I’d definitely never be able to show any background images like I usually like to do. And probably cut all references to sex out. In my older vids, I would talk about it and just cut the background scenes out. My newer vids, I would completely omit any reference to the sex and just leave that for the UNCUT version that I posted on Mancast and on this site.

So what do you guys think? Start over or just call it quits?

9 thoughts on “Oh no, my GAYGEEKUNCUT Channel was deleted by YouTube!

  1. I think the best solution would to continue making the videos and post them on your site here, and then post a short video on your current youtube channel, just saying that people can go to this site to watch said video. ^^
    Youtube has become really difficult to work with lately, I have no idea what’s going on, but best to work around it.

  2. I certainly wouldn’t just walk away from it and let them get away with that, if you’ve been following the rules. Create a new site and call it something simple like GayGeekReviews.

    There will always be those who’ll read “gay” and “uncut” in the same sentence and instantly throw their hands up, gasp in horror and hit the report button, so change the name and eliminate that excuse. Then, in the event that Youtube deletes that channel too, you will have pretty good grounds to complain that Youtube is using a homophobic discrimination against (non-sexual) content for gay men whilst seeming happy to allow lesbian-themed content for heterosexual men.

  3. I say start over. I love your porn reviews. If nothing else, you could post trailers to YouTube, and have the link to the hardcore versions over on Mancast. I know plenty of people with blip accounts that do that sort of thing.

    Seriously, though. What the FUCK, YouTube?!?

    1. I agree with JL. Probably rely too much on YouTube and could just use it as a jumping point or marketing tool to direct people to this blog, your tumblr account and mancast. Maybe build a bigger community on Mancast is the way to go. In the industry its called multi-channel dissemination, just using different sites and social media tools to cross promote according to whatever you can post on those sites.

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