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Lisa Snow

Hi!! For the people who are new to my website- my name is Lisa Snow and I am the Snow who is in LA. In the past I have made videos where I dance with strangers in the gym or on the street. I have had so many people reach out and tell me that it brings them joy and a sometimes much needed smile. It's time I step it up a notch. When I was growing up, I always felt "different" from my friends. All the girls would talk about kissing boys and getting butterflies when "he held my hand," and I never felt that. It became even more confusing for me when I started to get older and still not feel the way I was told I was supposed to. I just needed someone to relate to! When I was coming out I looked for people who were like me- on tv, on youtube, anywhere! When I found people who explained their feelings and they sounded like mine- I felt less alone and in return HAPPY! This is what I am here to do! I want this to be a space you can come and be yourself! Love who who you are, and embrace everything that makes you different. Stay a while on my site! I have blog posts, videos, and merchandise! Have a gay old time and keep being awesome!


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  • Lisa Snow

Allow me to introduce myself

Hi! My name is Lisa Snow and I am the Snow who lives in LA. I got my start dancing with strangers in the gym, and then I moved my dances to the street. From there I found that people loved watching the videos so I made a YouTube channel for them. I didn't want to stop there. When I posted the videos of me dancing with people, it taught me so much when it comes to human experiences we share and getting out of our comfort zones. Also, I am a part of the LGBTQ+ community and I have a passion for making people understand that my love is no different than anyone elses. I think this outlook must make it easier to approach me with questions you might not feel comfortable asking you lesbian aunt. I have had friends, family, friends of friends, and strangers ask me questions about being gay, cutting my hair, believing in God, coming out, living out, being authentically myself... etc. and each time I LOVE having the conversations because I cannot get enough of how other people think. I also like to hear both sides of a discussion and will never judge someone for their point of view. After all I think that we all need to make an effort to understand each other because we all just want to be heard. This is a space where I am going to write about my experiences so you can either relate, laugh with, or learn something from them. So here I am- starting this journey to inform, entertain, dance with, and just share happiness with all of you. Thank you for stopping by, and I can't wait to see where we can go!