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VloggerCrush: Hannah Witton, YouTuber, feminist, not a slut

Hannah Witton, a self-described Hufflepuff, has a YouTube channel with more than 70,000 subscribers.

Hannah Witton, a self-described Hufflepuff, has a YouTube channel with more than 70,000 subscribers. (Photo courtesy of YouTube)

Hannah Witton is a 20-something British YouTuber that we have developed a bit of a crush on lately. The University of Birmingham graduate makes entertaining and laid-back videos on topics ranging from relationships, sex, makeup  and movie reviews. Her YouTube channel has received a collective 4.5 million views and has more than 70,000 subscribers.

Much like YouTuber Laci Green, Witton is a supporter of sex positivity and more comprehensive sex education. She also makes videos that attempt to guide whoever’s watching through the messy, confusing world that is dating, but without the clichéd, ridiculous rules women can find in the likes of Cosmopolitan.   On top of that, she’s an oddball and sometimes totally awkward, but that’s what makes her so relatable; she is unabashedly herself. She isn’t an expert, but she’s been to the rodeo before, and she’s here to help you—whether it’s by making you laugh or sharing a dating story you can relate to.

Here are a few Hannah Witton videos that you should give a go:

Witton answers an important question in this random vlog. With all the slut-shaming going on in the world, it’s integral for you to know who you’re labeling a “slut” and why. 

Witton got dumped. And she’s here to share her pain. In this very honest vlog, she admits that she refuses to wallow in her sadness, will burst into tears if she’s alone and you know what? It’s all a part of the process.

In the first part of her sex-education series, Witton and fellow YouTuber Christopher Bingham talk about the basics of contraception. They aren’t experts but still make sex-ed relatable and entertaining.

By Prajakta Dhopade, online editor

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