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Laci Green is a self-styled "sexual futurist" who has been posting vlogs on YouTube since joining the site in 2007.

Similar to fellow vlogger The Amazing Atheist, her early videos (under the YouTube channel "gogreen18") were geared toward anti-theism and religious politics . In 2008, Laci reinvented herself through a weekly series of vlogs (now titled "Sex +"), in which her discourse has shifted toward relationship advice and social commentary.

Currently, Laci is juggling three Youtube usernames, with her main channel hosting over 100,000 subscribers. She also manages a Sex + blog, filled with random musings as well as tasteful 'reviews' of various sex toys and prophylactics (NSFW, obviously), which can be found here.


 "Having big boobs, people feel like it's really important to tell you that, y'know, when you get older they won't be so awesome; they're gonna be sagging to the ground. Basically, like, 'You better be feeling like shit about those boobs, Laci Green.' And at sixteen I was like, "Okay, mission accomplished, I officially feel like shit about myself now, are you happy?" But today at twenty-two, I'm back to say 'Mission Unaccomplished, Bitch.'"

 "SEVERAL HUNDRED EXTRA HOURS?? Do you know how much sex--tional work that translates into?"

    • After being told via Twitter that she's not eligible for No Shave November.[1] She came back at them by saying most women spend a year of their life shaving.

 "Sounds like a good way to keep her occupied! As if I don't have anything better to do! I'm busy helping people out on the internet, motherfucker!"

 "I receive a lot of email in general about boobs. Makes sense."



  1. To raise awareness of prostate cancer.
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