Laci Green is an internationally recognized YouTuber (1.4M subscribers), author, and podcaster. Prior to 2019, Laci’s Youtube content and public activism primarily focused on sex education which culminated with Laci being named one of the 30 most influential people on the Internet by Time Magazine (2016).

Laci Green was born in Utah. Her mother is Mormon and her father is from Iran. As Laci she grew older she began to question the Mormon faith because of its strict gender roles and expectations of her as a woman. Growing up, Laci was interested in theater and was supported by her mother, who owns a theater company.

In 2018, Laci published her first book, Sex Plus: Learning, Loving and Enjoying Your Body.

In this interview, Laci also discusses the challenges of being a Youtuber, and what factors left her to leave her successful Youtube channel behind (with 1.4M subscribers).

On 3 September 2019, Laci launched a podcast, entitled “Indirect Message,” which “explores how the internet is changing society.”

https://www.youtube.com/user/lacigreen/
https://www.lacigreen.tv/podcast

Our later interview with Laci where we discuss 10 things you should know about healthy sex may be found here.

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3 Comments

  1. Timmy Tim November 5, 2019 at 9:03 am - Reply

    Pretty cavalier liberalism happening here, disguised as “mental health”. Can’t there be a middle ground for parents to protect their kids from the very-real physical and emotional dangers of adult relationships without being labelled as “oppressors”? I gave this interview a real try, but had to quit partway through the first episode. John you have a real gift for genuinely connecting with people of all ages.

  2. Nicole Allison November 5, 2019 at 12:07 pm - Reply

    Thanks Laci. Great interview.

  3. JJ November 7, 2019 at 3:32 pm - Reply

    Laci,
    I’m one of the consevative…ish…people who probably disagrees with your politics, but nonetheless still has a deep respect for you. I followed you ever since I heard of you via Sargon, and was taken aback when you spoke of the mob attacking you. You’re very genuine, and I like you a lot. I think there are reasonable people on both sides of the political spectrum who support you. Stay strong!

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