I hope you learn to love yourself for who you are and what you look like, and how you were born to be, because you are perfect in your own way.— Tyler Oakley
The most valuable Tyler Oakley quotes that are proven to give you inner joy
The only constant you have from Point A, your birth to Point B, your death is you. There is no point in changing who you are to appease others when they're gonna leave your life. LOVE YOURSELF because you're the only one who's stuck with yourself. Fall in love with who you are and if anybody wants to join in on that. More Power to them.
Care less about what other people think because at the end of the day, everyone is so worried about themselves & how they are coming across that nobody is actually judging as much as y'all think they are.
I can fluently speak five languages: English, emoji, sexting, sarcasm and sass.
It feels like an amazing opportunity to positively impact the world. That's what I hope to do.
I just try to surround myself with good, positive supportive people who are trying to make the world better.
There will always be people that will have assumptions about you, about my character, my personality, or that I might put on a show of being gay or something, or that I play up stereotypes or anything like that. It's always funny to me that those people are typically the people that know me the least.
One thing I've learned best from my mom is to be yourself and not everyone will get you and that's okay. I try to bring that into everything that I do and just understand that I will not be everyone's cup of tea and that's fine.
I came from a pretty accepting community, and my school had a lot of openly gay and LGBT-plus people. When I joined YouTube, I saw a lot more hostility than I saw in my everyday life.
There was no Twitter when I was in high school, so I can't even imagine the pressures or the expectations of pursuing likes or living life in that kind of mentality.
My ideal guy is my future husband. Not sure who he is yet, but he's out there. What impresses me in a gay guy? A warm smile, stubble, easy to talk to, thoughtful tattoos, kind eyes, wit, positivity, wanderlust, ambition, and a cute ass.
Best thing about doing Youtube as a job - the Youtube friends that I've met all around the world, that I never would have got the chance to meet without Youtube.
Julie Chen. She's my ultimate celebrity idol. I think she's one of the most amazing interviewers and hosts ever - and would kill to pick her brain. I am a fangirl of talent, so to see someone slaying the competition doing what I'd love to do, that's inspiring to me.
I try to surround myself with a good support system.
Whether that's other creators or my family or my friends, or even my viewers, who encourage me just as much as I might encourage them and they're just as much a part of my life as they let me be a part of theirs.
My ideal guy is my future husband. Not sure who he is yet, but he's out there.
I have always kept my personal relationships pretty private, whether it's intimate or my family or friends - at least in videos. It's always been something that I've sworn off from sharing online.
I'm one of those YouTubers who doesn't daily-vlog, so my life may seem very open, but my audience only really sees probably 50%. I keep a lot to myself, and I cherish the things that are for me and the people closest to me.
Everybody on YouTube starts with zero subscribers.
You think of everyone you look up to or have watched for years or whatever, they may seem like this is their life now, but it wasn't always that.
I want to meet every person who has watched my videos and stuck around with me.
They're the ones who help me achieve everything I've ever dreamed of - that's why YouTube gatherings are the best. Just to share moments with the people who make it all possible - that's what gets my adrenaline going.
I'm usually so in control, especially for YouTube videos.
I don't think kids should think their lives have to be perfect or have a filter or the best angle or anything like that. I think it's important to see that everybody is human and everyone has their ups and downs.
I first discovered YouTube while browsing the web, and then I found people just talking into their cameras. I never even knew it was a thing you could do.
I'm a firm believer in making it happen - no matter what 'it' is.
Sometimes I feel a bit too driven - where it's all I think about. But I guess that's gotten me to where I am, so I can't complain.
The type of person that might thrive on Vine in a six-second clip might not be the same kind of entertainer who would shine on a 10-minute vlog on YouTube. If anything, having these different platforms gives more people a chance to creatively express themselves.
If you are just yourself, that's when people start gravitating towards you because nobody else can be you except you. Be authentic, don't give up, and start today.
I wanted to do something that small towns would enjoy.
I think traditional is trying to go more digital and digital is trying to go more traditional. We're meeting in the middle.
I'm a human just like any of the people that you adore, whether they're in TV shows or movies or they're writers or YouTubers. Their lives are not perfect.
I literally believe I'm going to do everything I set out to do, which is a pretty amazing feeling.
I keep a lot to myself, and I cherish the things that are for me and the people closest to me.
Three things that always bring a smile to my face: making guacamole for my friends, getting pedicures with my mom, exploring an airport I've never been in.
I'm a casual watcher. I like to stream everything.
I am a fangirl of talent, so to see someone slaying the competition doing what I'd love to do, that's inspiring to me.
The movie was always something that was always kind of like a dream.
From the start of making my YouTube videos, I've always been sharing my thoughts or opinions or just updating people on my life, but the movie is more of a behind-the-scenes look at what actually goes into my life.
How many likes you get on a selfie will not be what you remember 10 years down the line. The relationships that you form and the memories that you make and the connections that you make with people day to day are the things you remember.
You have to fall in love with yourself first, and if someone wants to join you, more power to them!
Check thyself before thy wreck thyself.
I'll be a YouTuber for as long as I love it.
There are tons of gay issues that are important, from gay marriage to adoption rights to work-place discrimination and more... but I think the biggest gay issue is the level of involvement of the gay community to demand change. So many gays think that other gays will take care of it. To fix this, people need to realize that they CAN make a change, but no one person can do it alone.
I first discovered YouTube while browsing the web, and then I found people just talking into their cameras. I never even knew it was a thing you could do. William Sledd was my first YouTube obsession. He was so unapologetically himself, and just had fun talking to his audience about things that interested him. I thought - if he could do it, why couldn't I?
I come up with new ambitions all the time - and the coolest thing is, I think of something I want to do, and I don't really imagine it as "Oh, I've never done that." I think of it as, "Oh, I haven't done that yet." I literally believe I'm going to do everything I set out to do, which is a pretty amazing feeling.
Over the last eight years of being on YouTube, I've seen so much progress.
I think the reason for that is that a lot of young people are having open dialogue and honest conversations about social justice and human rights.
I can have a thousand people say the nicest things, but I'll always notice the one person who doesn't get me.
I'm a firm believer in making it happen - no matter what 'it' is.
My life and happiness speaks for itself.
I remember having 100 views on a video and being like, "I don't have a hundred friends." So that was a moment.
I think everyone just goes to London and says like, oh I went international!
I initially thought I was going to be a teacher.
Maybe like an elementary teacher or something like that, which would be fun. Maybe someday.
The Internet is accelerating the speed of acceptance and social justice.
A big reason I wanted to do a tour was because I'm from Michigan and not many things go to Michigan. Most conventions are in like London or Florida or California, and that's about it.