Beautiful bisexual coming out song by YouTube star Dodie Clark goes viral

A beautiful bisexual coming out song has gone viral.

British singer-songwriter Dodie Clark, who made her name on YouTube, released the adorable video in honour of Pride Month.

The 22-year-old bi YouTuber wrote “HAPPY PRIDE MONTTHHHH” in the description of the song, which is called “I’m bisexual – a coming out song!”

The singer, who stylises her name as the lowercase “dodie,” came out to fans a year ago, also through a video on the site.

In her new song, dodie, who has more than 1.1 million subscribers, asks: “Have you heard of LGBTQ+?

“Well I am the B.

“I have a heart that could love plural genders.

“Yes I’m bi, and I’m proud to be me.”

The Londoner, who has also written a book about her struggles titled Secrets for the Mad: Obsessions, Confessions and Life Lessons, also combats a couple of harmful bi stereotypes.

She sings: “Yes, I’m pretty sure it’s not a trend.

“And though I am all for experiments, I have experimented and I really, really, really, really, really, really like it.”

And adorably, she finishes by extolling the wonders of the LGBT community.

“I am part of something really beautiful,” she tells her fans.

“Cause love is love is love.”

And she encourages anyone watching “send this to your friends if you fancy coming out in dodie song form.

“Which means that whoever’s watching this might be a friend of said bisexual person – in which case, congrats!

“Bisexual people are great. I would know,” she adds.

The song, which has been viewed more than half a million times, is sponsored by Skittles.

The sweets brand eradicated its famous rainbow during Pride Month in support of the LGBT community.

Check out dodie’s video below:

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