Known as the “black monster” in high school, the YouTube star Ari Fitz has never been easy to define, and she likes it that way. “I hate labels,” she said in a recent video clip. “But I understand their usefulness.”
In marking her sexual orientation, Fitz says, “nothing is right,” that’s why she’s ashamed to call herself gay, preferring rather to say she is “a girl loves a girl.” Fitz fully embraced her name, only the label (“not YouTuber Ali, not lesbian Ari, not the tomboy Ali – Ari).” Androgyny”. Her androgyny can be understood as a person, Fitz says. She is often mistaken for “anti”. “A lot of people confuse me. I like it,” she said, giggling. “Because you don’t need to know”!
Although the former cheap swimming suits model and reality show star (her real world in MTV: explosion 2014) seem to get a lot of attention, Fitz is not easy to be traditional reputation. She turned down a lucrative model contract in pursuit of other career paths and never wanted to be exposed to her reality. “Nothing has changed,” she said, after her life showed.
Fitz felt that it was essential for people like her (and others to be different) to share their stories with the world, what prompted her to make her YouTube video after her popularity.
“It’s a representation and visibility,” Fitz said. “I’m super gay.”. I wish I could see someone like me…… It’s normal to prove and confirm that strange women are, frankly, they can be cool and live a healthy life.”
In a particularly interesting and enlightening video of Fitz, she talked about the evolution of style through old photographs, leading to embracing her androgyny.
“My androgyny is an embarrassment in my college,” says Fitz. “I wanted to be like other talented, beautiful college girls,” so she was wearing cheap 21 dresses and drugstore cosmetics for a while”.
Then, two years of college, Fitz suffered the strangest and most unexpected directions in my life: I fell in love with a girl and “more like a male center”.
Fitz put a fashion 180, from “high woman” butch. “I love her, so I want to do anything to make her love me, even if it means the recovery of swing and Timbus,” she joked, wearing a baseball cap and Timberland work boots – Butch fashion etiquette. “Even strange women,” she says, “want me to decide whether I’m male or female, and then stay there.”
Although she finally realized that real Ali existed somewhere, she was grateful for the experience. “Although our relationship did not exist, but she triggered a major change, I finally saw my personal androgyny as a gift, not a curse.”
With her current social media project, naughty, Fitz tries to give the style of androgynous androgynous beauty to those who cling to their female and male counterparts.” She did so through a series of subjects such as “promboyish video and images”, “the date of the men’s dance”, and “to recover the beach,” featuring an androgynous cheap swimming suits.
An aspiring filmmaker, Fitz recently executive produced pregnant women about masculine short documentary, it entered the YouTube Film Festival, one day she would “love to create a movie level to say.”
Movies, performances, fashion items are in the works, Fitz said, she was excited about life and the future, but now she is happy to travel (Tokyo and New Orleans is the destination of love and dating (she) involved, but polyamorous), is black, carefree, and “andro as fuck.”