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23 January 2019, 15:14
Logan Paul has once again landed himself in hot water after saying he was going to 'go gay' for a month for 'Men only March'.
YouTuber Logan Paul has been up to his usual business of offending literally everyone by defending his plans to 'go gay for a month' for 'Men only March' and receiving backlash about what people say are insensitive and offensive comments.
Speaking on his podcast Impaulsive Podcast he said that after going 'sober, vegan and abstinent' for January, he was going to 'hook up with men for a month in March.'
The LGBTQ community and plenty of other people have said is insensitive, with the internet star acknowledging it was a 'poor choice of words.'
He's also defended himself as a very 'pro-gay dude' and thanked an LGBT activist who came onto his show to support his comments.
Josh Seefried joined Logan on his podcast and said: "It's a very scary thing to be this public person to say 'hey I have this curiosity, I want to explore my sexuality' and we need to have a support system for that to happen."
Logan replied: "It's not even scary to me, sexuality is so fluid these days I don't think twice about talking about being gay I don't give a sh**, it's a cool thing to me."
Logan thanked him for the 'productive conversation about sexuality & the LGBTQ community' but people have criticised him as problematic and promoting the idea that your sexuality is a 'choice', including LGBT organisation GLAAD.