For some Friday Funny action, check out Rob Anderson’s latest episode of “Gay Science” which serves up some hilarious fake-scientific answers to the question “Should gays be around children?”
Since he launched his YouTube page in late February 2020, he’s had over 226,000,000 views of his parody/comedy videos.
Anderson’s hilarious video series approaches gay stereotypes with fake science, often flipping the end result into something positive.
I previously posted Anderson’s video which purported to answer the question, “How does gaydar work?”
Anderson is also one of this year’s OUT100 honorees.
“The videos I make shows how stupid stereotypes can be and riffs on superior queer decision-making skills,” Anderson recently told OUT. “My content lets gay people laugh at themselves in a way that still makes them feel good about who they are and the special community they belong to.”