The Supreme Court just ruled that the U.S. Constitution guarantees the right for same-sex couples to marry nationwide – and almost everyone is ecstatic.
A ton of YouTubers and Viners spoke out in support of marriage equality and the landmark event. There is so much support, that your scroll wheel (or finger) will probably die before you reach the end of this page.
Almost Everyone Was Positive, With Some Exceptions
Joseph Hernandez, who was previously caught in a “homophobic” controversy with best friends Kian Lawley and JC Caylen – and was also arrested alongside Cameron Dallas – caused controversy by linking gay marriage to incestuous marriage.
He later said he couldn’t possibly “hate” gay people because he once “spent an entire day” photographing Connor Franta “for free”, and also urged haters to unfollow him.
Viners & Various Internet Celebrities React
Reformed ex-homophobe Nash Grier and recent NoH8 model has not formally announced his support as of writing, but posted a possibly supportive tweet.
Alex Ramos, who is often especially fervent about his support of marriage equality, could barely contain himself.
Taylor Caniff, who once was accused of being homophobic because he called guy-on-guy sex “disgusting” when he was younger, was all about the love and tie-dye.
Carter Reynolds, who recently attempted an apology over his recent controversial video, praised the news.
Alx James, who recently came out as a gay Christian man, tweeted some #relationshipgoals.
Jacob Whitesides rainbow-fied his profile photo and removed “a*******” and “ignorant people” from his Facebook.
YouTubers React to the Marriage Equality News
Miranda Sings found a loophole to marry Joey Graceffa.
Phil Lester was barraged with #Phan tweets after he voiced his support.
Austin and Aaron Rhodes, who were once awarded $10,000 for coming out, posted a live SCOTUS reaction video with Raymond Braun.
Andrew Lowe, who is currently celebrating his birthday today – got another happy surprise!
Bea Miller was woken up by a text from one of her two moms, who told her to “watch the news”.
Ben Cook urged the U.S. to fix its “s***** gun laws” as well.
Aspiring drag queen Brendan Jordan didn’t let a flight delay get his mood down.
Bry found the news a little awkward.
Craig Dillon was super excited for gay YouTuber reactions.
Emma Blackery realized that sarcasm on the internet does not translate without a GIF.
HowToBasic was excited about the prospect of gay egg-on-egg marriages.
Ingrid Nilsen, who recently came out as lesbian, was Team Love.
So was Hannah Hart.
Jack Howard attempted to make a joke, but his fans didn’t get it.
Jake Miller couldn’t be more excited about his cousin’s gay wedding.
Joe Santagato didn’t care what his followers thought. “I’m not afraid to lose my audience.”
Joey Graceffa, who came out in his book, said it was “about d*** time”.
Boyfriend Daniel Christopher celebrated with a big, gay breakfast on Instagram.
Kalel Kitten fired back at an anti-gay fan. “It’s wrong!”
Lohanthony sang a little Miley for the big day.
Natalie Tran was conflicted over the other tragedies and attacks today.
Troye Sivan praised Obama with a Rihanna GIF.
Troye’s brother, Tyde, said, “Fuck yeah.”
YouTuber and aspiring singer Alex From Target vowed it was going to be a “historic day”.