Being A Gay Asian Woman: My Experience | Ingrid Nilsen - vTomb

Being A Gay Asian Woman: My Experience | Ingrid Nilsen

People & Blogs
Howto & Style
News & Politics
Science & Technology
Film & Animation
Autos & Vehicles
Nonprofits & Activism
Travel & Events
Pets & Animals

I'm so excited to learn more about my DNA story. You can go to to learn about yours!
This video is about my personal exploration of what it's like to be a woman who also happens to be gay and half-Asian. If you're an AAPI woman, I would love to hear about your experiences in the comments below. Thank you in advance to anyone who decides to share. Our stories are important catalysts for conversation and the change we want to see in the world.

The study I mentioned in this video was conducted by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and can be found here:
**Numbers vary slightly from what is mentioned in my video, but it's important to note that 98% of all participants experienced at least one form of discrimination and/or harassment in their lives.

I'm one half of a lady-powered podcast!
Email us: [email protected]


My Snapchat: ingrid.nilsen
My Twitter:
My Instagram:

Shop my collection with Mejuri (silver pieces now available!):


Missed my last videos? No worries! Check them out here:

September Favorites:

Face Masks I've Been Loving!

Book Haul - What I've Been Reading Lately:

Super Glowy Skin + Makeup with No Foundation:



Hang with me on Snapchat!

Follow me on Instagram!

Come say hello on Twitter!

This is where I post vlogs and random things:

Let’s be friends on Facebook!

This video was created in partnership with 23andMe!
23andMe's reports can provide adults with information about genetic risk for certain health conditions, which is one of many factors that contribute to the development of disease, including environment and lifestyle. The reports do not address your current state of health or overall risk of developing a disease, so they are not for diagnosis and should not be used to make medical decisions. Instead, they can be used to inform lifestyle choices and discussions with a health care professional. Please visit 23andMe for more information about the genetic variants tested and the way relevance varies by ethnicity.

By using our services, you agree to our Privacy Policy.
Powered by Wildsbet.

© 2022 vTomb

By using our services, you agree to our Privacy Policy.
Got it