10 LGBTQ+ Gen-Z Influencers You Should Know To Endorse Your Brand

Hope Delongchamp
February 5, 2022

Happy Pride!

According to recent studies, 1 in 5 Gen-Zers identify as LGBTQ+, and this number continues to rise. When it comes to connecting with your audience, as a brand, you cannot ignore these meaningful and significant communities.

We've compiled a list of the  Gen-Z Influencers you need to know if you haven't already during the month of June (and every other month!)!

Ve’ondre Mitchell (she/her)

Ve'ondre Mitchell is an 18-year old TikTok influencer based in Seattle. Her content is based on her lived experiences of living her “truth in her trans youth”. 

As a trans activist, she also shares her stories of living as a high school student (now graduate!) with her 5.5 million TikTok followers, inspiring others in an effort to help trailblaze for the next generation on the platform. 

To get into contact with Ve’ondre, contact her management team at: alyssa@socialcafeagency.com.

Richard (he/him) and Carlos (he/him) Seigler-Carter

The Seigler-Carter family have become well-known on TikTok for their comedy videos and content demonstrating their relationship and experiences raising their child as a same-gender family.

Located in Brooklyn, New York, Richard and Carlos Seigler-Carter met almost 14 years ago during a casting call for a photoshoot for Richard's clothing line, and were married in September of 2015.

To get into contact with @therealdadsofnewyork, contact their management team at: RichardandCarlos@cfg.co.

Kate Harding (she/her)

An LGBTQ+ content creator, Blue N’ Broke makes educational and entertaining content about sexuality. Her humorously relatable content draws over 750K followers from the LGBTQ+ community.

To get into contact with @bluenbroke, contact her management team at: bluenbroke@grail-talent.com.

Mega (she/they)

MegaGoneFree is a NYC-based musician, most well known for their trending TikTok audio, “Talking ‘Bout Bri”. They post about LGBTQ+ content, utilizing their viral single, and other events happening in their life.

Get into contact with Mega through their agent, arthur@grail-talent.com.

Alayna Joy (she/her)

Alayna Joy is a Vancouver-based creator who self-describes herself as “here for the queers”. Beginning her career on YouTube, Alayna creates content about her experience as a ‘baby-lesbian’, having called off her engagement in 2020 when she came out as gay. 

Currently, her content highlights her experiences in the community and how she supports those going through similar situations.

You can get into contact with Alayna here: alayna@alaynajoy.com.

Boman Martinez-Reid (he/him)

A Toronto-based LGBTQ+ TikTok creator, Boman is an Icon on TikTok's inaugural Discover List of top content creators.

His 2021 appearances include a celebrity Snatch Game guest spot on Canada's Drag Race, as well as work on Comedy Central's internet-based LGBTQ community platform, The Gag.

Get into contact with Boman here: bomanreid@hotmail.com

Adesso Laurenzo (they/them)

Adesso's content promotes LGBTQ+ advocacy and provides a safe environment for LGBTQ+ youth. 

The content on their account addresses issues such as healthcare in the trans community, education on the laws concerning the LGBTQ+ community, and the construction of allies in the education system.

For business purposes, reach them at business@laurenzo.co.

Mak Ingemi (she/her)

Mak Ingemi primarily documents her experiences as a member of the LGBTQ community with her friends and family. With over 3 million followers, Mak depicts her everyday life with humor, advice, and perspective on dating, working, and living in today's world as a lesbian.

Get into contact with her management at adam@undercurrent.net.

Hina Sabatine (they/them)

With over 1.6M followers on TikTok, Hina is one of the fan-favorite LGBTQ+ creators on the app. 

In addition to the bougie "lesbian parent" skits, they also bring a great fashion sense, hilarious content, and an impressive ability to speak eight languages.

Reach their management at: stephanie@grail-talent.com

Dez (she/they)

Dez, with the catchphrase, “Los Jibbities!”, inspired by their Latino parents coming up with new words to describe Pride Month. Additionally, the account features everyday, relatable content, such as skits that show their coming out process and activities with their family (with a handful of dad jokes!)

For business enquiries, reach Dez at dez_entertainment@yahoo.com.