Is the Points Guy Gay? My Coming Out Story

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48 COMMENTS

  1. You’re hilarious, I’m glad I found your channel. I’ve been watching your channel a few months and keep having a feeling I know you then you say your from Philadelphia. I wonder if we grew up in a school or activity together. Odd sorry.

  2. I came out my. Parents don’t understand They think it’s a choice At work I’m free to be me at home my parent asked me to not be myself around family and that i was not allowed to bring guys home I’m crying a lot as of late I don’t know what to do

  3. Thank you for doing this video and all the charity work for the LGBTQ community! Great role model for young people as well for the others to see being gay is just as normal and fulfilling as every other person on this planet!

  4. thank you for sharing your story, and for highlighting the importance of advocating for LGBTI rights worldwide. i am so excited for the day where i could comfortably get on any flight with my partner and not feel awkward or uncomfortable because of the fact that my partner is a male, not just amongst passengers but also amongst staff.

  5. Trust me being a parent we already know . When my son finally decided to tell me I think he was more shocked that I knew .
    But our love for our kids is unconditional. As long as their safe and happy you can’t ask for anything more .

  6. I don't care if your gay, you thought us so much about credit card points and travel hacking. you are the first youtube channel is the first one I turned to when I first got interested in free travel. And all that matters is that your happy with you life and yourself. My dad once said to me you can't love other things in life and love others without loving yourself first.

  7. Hi Brian, don’t underestimate the importance of having made this video. Positive role models as so important in today’s society,, even where we can be ourselves openly. I laughed out loud at your Sunday dinner outing to your parents…so many of us have shared that moment. Love you for the pointsguy stuff, but even more for just being yourself.

  8. An awesome video, everything so true, valid, acknowledging, insightful, and above all honest. I'm 20 years older than you, I only wish I had done the things that you do now, a completely different era, but so inspiring to see how far things have come for the LGBT community in my/your/our community, no matter where in the world you are πŸ˜€πŸ₯°πŸ‘

  9. Dude, doesn't really bother me if you're gay or not. It's your choice to put this out there. Good for you. Honestly, though you have a great channel that I learn from, and rely on. Rock On !

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