I think the internet constitutes a space in which queer teens can seek out, search for, and often times find a community. But I think the idea of the "coming out narrative" within those communities as necessary to the identity and process of identification as queer remains pretty unquestioned within the space of the internet and youtube. Does the internet also provide alternative ideas about coming out? Does it also steer those teens to people who have different experiences of self-identification and making that identity known to the people around them? Can that teen know the implications of posting a video online? To be a teen looking for guidance and community and finding that that depends on following a certain coming out path prescribed by an online community could also be problematic.