VIDEO: Lesbian YouTube sensations heading to big screen

Crowd sourcing is for funny women

With more than 30 million views, The Gay Women Channel is one of the most popular lesbian channels on YouTube. In the above Daily Xtra interview, comedian Elvira Kurt talks to co-creators Adrianna DiLonardo and Sarah Rotella about their hit channel. Find out which viral parody started it all and what the future holds for The Gay Women Channel.

The women behind The Gay Women Channel are letting success go to their heads. And thank goodness for that! Adrianna DiLonardo and Sarah Rotella, the women behind the multi-million viewed YouTube channel, are planning on doing a feature film. To get this done they are going down the well-trodden path of crowd-sourcing.

But, unlike many other crowd-sourcing projects, they are meeting with sucess. Just days after launching their project, they are over half way to their ultimate goal of $40,000. Check out our above video to get to know these funny gay women.

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