YouTube removes advertising from account accused of homophobic abuse | Technology | The Guardian

Carlos Maza, a video journalist for the US news site Vox, went public last week with a complaint that the rightwing YouTube personality Steven Crowder was engaged in a long-term homophobic harassment campaign. In a compilation video Maza created of some of his mentions on Crowder’s show, the host attacks Maza as a “gay Mexican”, a “lispy queer” and a “token Vox gay atheist sprite”.

via YouTube removes advertising from account accused of homophobic abuse | Technology | The Guardian

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