Blaire White (born 14 September 1993) is an American Youtuber and social commentator on issues concerning feminism, political correctness, LGBT Rights, and her own personal reactions through her experiences.
Blaire White Biography
She has gained popularity for her eponymous channel. She was born and raised in Corning, California, United States.
No details about her parents, her siblings, and her educational life were disclosed to her. She has U.S. citizenship.
Virgo is her Zodiac sign. She was the victim of a man’s date rape when she was only 16, which she later related to Shane Dawson in video collaboration.
Two years later, as a transgender, she went out to her family and friends and began feminizing hormone therapy in 2015. She started her YouTube channel on November 27, 2015.
On December 2, 2015, she shared her first video there. It was her second “Male Victims Are Funny” video that had more than 500,000 views.
Blaire White Wiki
|Blaire White Wiki & Biography
|Youtuber and Political commentator
|30 years (2023)
|Date of Birth
|September 14, 1993
|Height, Weight & Body Measurements
|Height in Centimeters
|Height in meters
|Height in Inches
|5 feet 5 inches
|Weight in Kilograms
|Weight in Pounds
|Family and Relatives
|Affairs, Boyfriends, and Marital Status
|Education and School, College
|Local High School
|California State University, Chico
|Favorites Things and Like & Dislike
|Bryce Dallas Howard
|Jurassic World (2015)
Biography of Blaire White
On her certified YouTube channel, she accumulated 966K subscribers. “Exposing Jessica Yaniv: Trans Predator”, “Heated Debate w/ Jessica Yaniv: Trans Predator” and, “Psychic Tells Me I’m Pregnant (But I’m Trans…)” are some of her most-viewed videos on her channel.
She is also popularly known for her beautiful images posted with the username Msblairewhite on her Instagram profile. On her official Instagram account, she has earned 320k followers.
On Facebook and Twitter, she is involved as well. She was barred from the social networking site Facebook for 30 days in February 2017, creating concerns from her supporters. Shortly after, her account was restored and Facebook said the ban was a mistake.