The article was mainly about "coming out" videos that were found posted on youtube by numerous youtubers. Our group discussed the different aspects posting up these "coming out" videos and how it has helped other GLBT individuals to post up their own as well. We felt for these individuals to post up these videos, they were able to find a supportive network of people who have gone through the same situation and it inspired them to do the same. For someone who may be far away from other GLBTs, technology gives them the opportunity engage in a social change that is occuring online. The idea of "coming out" videos was very interesting because it gave the person a chance to gather their thoughts and say it once, instead of having to tell other family and friends numerous times about their sexual identity. However, we also came to the conclusion that the person who posted up the "coming out" videos, is actually coming out more than once, based on how many times the video is viewed. Not only that but just the idea of doing a "coming out" video, it forces these GLBTs to be viewed as gay in a certain context or space that is slowly being constructed.