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Laci Green

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Laci Green otherwise known as GoGreen18, is an atheist vlogger and sex educator from California. One of her videos explains why some atheists are concerned about religion and dogma.

Currently, Laci has over 640,000 subscribers, while her other channel GoGreen18 has 50,000 subscribers. She takes a very informal approach in her videos, and occasionally includes bits of sketch comedy to illustrate her points.

Her earlier videos dealt with theology, atheism, and her transition from Mormonism to atheism. However, as time went on, her videos became less about atheism and religion and more centered around relationships, women, and sex. She has a significant audience of teenagers, a point brought home in January 2012 when someone flagged her video about the clitoris[1] as 18+ (a decision that led to mass outrage and YouTube removing the flag).

She's been criticized for being anti-Islam and anti-Mormon; while both of these things are trivially true (she is, after all, an outspoken atheist), her family background includes both Mormonism and Islam, and she's made quite clear that she's had negative experiences with both, largely because they don't believe in women's rights. Worth noting is the courtier's reply-ness of the criticism, ignoring the fact that as an atheist, she doesn't believe YHWH/Allah exists to begin with, rendering the Qur'an, the Hadith, and the huge body of Islamic apologetics irrelevant for her purposes.

She has also joined Discovery Networks' DNews science vlog as one of three presenters discussing general science. Also has a show funded and produced by MTV called Braless, discussing a variety of feminine issues.

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