Two years later, Connor is ready to bring to light a side of himself he’s rarely shown on or off camera. In this diary-like look at his life since A Work in Progress, Connor talks about his battles with clinical depression, social anxiety, self-love, and acceptance; his desire to maintain an authentic self in a world that values shares and likes over true connections; his struggles with love and loss; and his renewed efforts to be in the moment—with others and himself.
Told through short essays, letters to his past and future selves, poetry, and original photography, Note to Self is a raw, in-the-moment look at the fascinating interior life of a young creator turning inward in order to move forward.
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Connor’s lifestyle brand, Common Culture just announced that they have teamed up with Urban Outfitters! An exclusive collection of Common Culture merchandise will be available in 8 Urban Outfitters stores across the US!
Connor also announced that he will be going on a little meet and greet tour to celebrate the launch. Check out the videos below to find out where Connor will be visiting and where you can shop for the exclusive items. Promotional photos have been added to the gallery.
Marky butt butt in the houuuuuuuse! hi all. hope you enjoy us (me) yelling for 10 minutes.. i love games im sorry. If you did, mind clicking the thumbs up button?
Thank you and have a great week everyone <3
Connor made an appearance at the 2016 YouTube FanFest in Milani, Philippines. Franta hung out with other internet personalities and did some press yesterday (May 26). The show was the today (May 27). 20+ photos revolving around the event have been added to the gallery. Make sure to check them out!
At just 23 years old, vlogger Connor Franta has reached and defined a new strata of Internet stardom. His YouTube channel boasts 6 million subscribers–a combined 15 million followers when you include his Instagram and Twitter pages.
Connor rose to YouTube fame for his quirky, #relatable (but really, though) weekly vlogs about his life as a college student, funny pop culture quips, regarding music, movies, books.
But it was his December 8th, 2014 video, “Coming Out,” that elevated Connor’s platform into new terrain.
The video, which has amassed more than 10 million views, was a heart-wrenching six-and-a-half minutes, during which Connor came out as gay–something he had kept from his dedicated fanbase for a long time.
His 2015 memoir, A Work In Progress, touched on his life growing up in conservative Minnesota, while both struggling with, and accepting his gayness, all in front of millions of people. The book has since sold 200,000 copies, and was a New York Times Bestseller.
Now, after expanding his interests into music, with a record label, and coffee and clothing sold on his quasi-Lifestyle shop, Common Culture, Connor has become a bonafide mogul.
But the Los Angeles-based media scion remains remarkably humble, and dedicated to living his truth amidst his international fame and ever-expanding media empire. We caught up with Franta while he was in New York to attend a 2016 YouTube Summit, and talked to him about life post-coming out, and where he sees his career going.
In this week’s episode, Connor has two special guest Mitch and Scott. While playing the game you’ll learn that Connor is a going to be a great Wal Mart greeter who also owns three sex dungeons. Find out more by watching the full video above and click here to watch Mitch & Scott’s video!
hello hello and happy monday all! this week i’m joined by my good friends mitch and scott! we play a little game and have some good chats 🙂 do me a favor and click the thumbs up if you enjoy it? have a great week everyone x