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Lesbians are known to be more masculine compared to straight women...but is it really just confidence? Featured Women : http://youtube.com/TarynSouthern https://www.youtube.com/user/DayLynnAcacia http://youtube.com/HatefulCourtney413 WHERE TO FIND ARIELLE Private Session With Arielle : http://ariellescarcella.com Instagram : http://bit.ly/ArielleInsta Twitter : http://bit.ly/AriTwitter Facebook : http://bit.ly/ArielleFB Vine : https://vine.co/ArielleScarcella T Shirts : http://bit.ly/ArielleTShirts Bracelets : http://bit.ly/GfBfBeads Tumblr : http://bit.ly/ArielleTumblr Snail Mail : GirlfriendsTV P.O. Box 280154 Brooklyn, NY 11228-154 BUSINESS ONLY : [email protected] _ Not for Profit Channel GIRLFRIENDSTV YouTube : http://bit.ly/SubscribeToGirlfriends Website : http://GfsBfs.com/Donate
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James Sibson (2 days ago)
The question everybody should be asking themselves is not if gaydar is real but why do they even care in the first place??? Don't they have more pressing things in life to concern themselves with??
Gracie J (2 months ago)
I was in a meeting this morning with the company client, she's wearing a dress, long nice hair, with pretty cool earrings, she's hot! 😍 Then she did a lot of eye contact on me than any other people in the room. But then she sat beside me and did the 4 figure sitting cross leg position she has ring on her thumb and with short cut nails. There was a tension between us but we keep it professional. I wonder if we will see each other again. She's gone after an hour meeting. 😣
Emmy Perret (2 months ago)
I bet they're all lesbains
aniokay (3 months ago)
I have another theory to why lesbian women have more confidence and/or selfesteem than straight women: It's because they don't have to live with/under the patriarchal norms in their everyday life. As a straight woman your constantly have to battle the expectations wrt. the traditional sexes: how am I suppose to be behaving as a woman to keep my man, to raise my children, how do I dress, etc. There is so much tradition and expectation connected to the heterosexual lifestyle - and women have a hard time breaking the expectations. It's really very sad....
Health Clift (6 months ago)
*Lesbians have more confidence* Pfffffffffff have you meet THIS wimp ass?
SkoczMiNaPukiel (6 months ago)
I'm average looking, overweight, confident homo! 🤩 Most straight women I know are beautiful and insecure, they always think they're too fat even if doctor told them their weight is perfect, and they look perfect. Sad. I'm glad I'm gay 😀
John Smith (7 months ago)
Well there are straight people that have a lot of confidence. There can be some gay people who are not confident. Also you never told them who is right. So how is that a test?
kcmn00 (10 months ago)
Which are the gay women though?
Phillip Millar (11 months ago)
can you really lose your job for coming out as a lesbian apparently?
serpentine4684 (1 year ago)
So what are the answers?
Pinky Mixology (1 year ago)
My gaydar only works with males... so... that's a thing.
Chloe K. Johnson (1 year ago)
Well duh. All of those sets look super gay and not fem.
Saucin 29 (1 year ago)
why does it bother me tht she acts so manly?
Jennie Spooner (1 year ago)
you didnt tell us the right answers !!!!!!!!!!
Jennie Spooner (1 year ago)
that was annoying
Anna (1 year ago)
why is it that in every guess the lesbian video i've seen they always assume that confidence = gay? like i find it really weird that whenever these people pick out the lesbian they go after whoever they think is more self assured or have some sort of masculinity to them, as if feminine people or straight women can't be confident in themselves 🤔
Jayde (1 year ago)
They're all gay? Right?
Keale Cade (1 year ago)
"I'm gay,......, look at my gay shirt"
Felicia Buckle (1 year ago)
I'm a straight girl but I relate to you girls. I've had to fight to be me, but for different reasons. and it gives you a kind of confidance no one can shake. I'm loving these videos. they make me wish I had friends like you girls..my life would be so much more fun 😂 kinda makes me wish I was a lesbian. But I could still have fun and lots of laughs if I had friends like the girls in these videos. I like the awareness these videos create and makes me feel included/gives me perspective on what it's like to be gay. which is something I've never thought about. And giving people a new perspective is such an awesome way to teach them empathy and not to judge. So I think your work is really valuable Arielle 😁
Coconut (1 year ago)
you can tell who is gay and who is not. Straight women try to attract men, so they use certain little common things: they make their hair very well, lesbians sometimes don't. They show breasts to get male attention, gays don't. They use jewellery, gays don't or gays use ugly jewellery. Straight women use attractive clothes, gay's sometimes don't. As a straight woman, I could tell if a woman wears something we all think is cute or attractive.A straight woman never would wear a tie, like that one woman is wearing.
Katherine Cheshire (1 year ago)
Most people who haven't experienced Gaydar seem to think that its when you know a person is gay based on clothes, looks, or anything physical that looks gay. It isn't. Gaydar is something you feel, and while sometimes things like a guy with lisp or a woman wearing flannel might actually be gay, those things by themselves don't set off the Gaydar. Gaydar is a the art of being able to feel the lgbt vibes, no matter how masculine, how feminine or how gay a person looks or sounds.
Jay West (1 year ago)
Gaydar only works for me when someone is obviously gay, or when the person has certain mannerisms. You definitely can't tell with everyone though.
Simon Anton Ehie (1 year ago)
Guys my gaydar is broken pls help me
Peter McGill (1 year ago)
I hated this.
LadyChaos101 (1 year ago)
It's the shoulders
Emily Hope (1 year ago)
The confidence comes from an innate respect between two women in a relationship and a complete acceptance and expectation of equality between the two partners as soon as the relationship starts. Whereas with men, and Ive been with both, even the most feminist of men continuously and unconsciously expect very little capability or capacity to be truely independent or self affirmed from a woman. It's very unconcious and unintentional but very subtle and constant. As I said even the most feminism aware of men do it all the time.
musical anime (1 year ago)
we're those two girls sitting together gay????
oldedude51 (1 year ago)
Okay... but were they RIGHT?  Stereotyping someone as "gay" based on your (subjective) estimation of their "confidence level" is hardly scientific especially when exactly the opposite reasoning was used in analyzing the initial pair of women (there, the woman on the left with her "flaunt it" confidence was thought to be the straight one, while the supposedly "confident" ones in the second two series were deemed "gay").   And in the end, all we had were guesses (untested, uncorroborated, and unconfirmed) based on what really seemed to be more projection than any legitimate, let alone consistent criteria.  If this is what passes for science in the gay community, then you folks are a long way from being taken seriously. I do think the one young woman who talked about the manner of speaking and the assumption, by gay women, of certain manly traits or attributes, was on the right track.  Women do, in fact, tend to use the "subjective"/"passive voice" more in speaking and do tend to present their statements somewhat tentatively, with a slight rise in inflection at the end of the sentence, similar to the tone in a question.  It is therefore a reasonable hypothesis that gay women, who have taken on the male sexual role would (either consciously or unconsciously) take on certain male mannerisms which, in turn, would signal their sexual orientation to other females (i.e., NOT "gay radar"/"gaydar" but rather "gay broadcasting").
Leona Fox (1 year ago)
Awesome video but u don't tell us if they got it right
Pastel Pigicorn (1 year ago)
Jelly and dayyyy
abby rose (1 year ago)
I think this video is hilarious because of its so true. and I had no idea you were friends with my cousin daylynn 😂
Lady Dyke Vader (1 year ago)
If the Vogue redhead was gay I would be really happy
Paul Idson (1 year ago)
Lesbians have fake confidence
Claire Walker (1 year ago)
1. Fake it till you make! 2. Also, duh. We're women- ridden with insecurities.
Sydni Grant (1 year ago)
well,mine does not work,becsude they end up being straight
Tess (1 year ago)
I'm gay but I think it would be hard for another person to see. At work I think I'm more confident with those people. I have worked with them for 20 years, I have the mannerism of a gay person. But oddly enough in a gay bar where I don't know the people I appear straight. I am a super shy person around people I don't know, but around people I know I am confident, outspoken, charismatic, loud, outrageous, over the top. I have spent the last 20 some years in AA, but I guess I'm cured. Point is , I don't know how to be at a bar and it shows. But at a ball field or on a stage giving a talk, I am just myself and it comes off as very gay. Consequently I don't have a lot of gay friends and I sit at home watching stupid videos like this, that tell me THEIR OPINION of how it really is. You just don't know my history. You don't know "where I have been".
Louise peabody (1 year ago)
the girl with the orange hair (don't know how you say it in english) she is so beautiful! god
magicbananas35 (2 years ago)
wait wait wait I want the answers. I always test myself on these
Kelly Smith (2 years ago)
All the girls in this video were fucking hot
Sexuality for women is a choice... so these girls at the end are basically talking out of their arse
FleurDeCerisier (2 years ago)
I can't stand this girl with the dreads
TovaShai (4 months ago)
I know. She seems cool in other ways, but the biphobia is strong with her.
aiden (1 year ago)
Whitney mixter is everything, maybe I'm biased cause she made me realize I was gay
Samantha C (1 year ago)
Me too .. I just don't like her at all . I've seen her in other videos too
aiden (1 year ago)
White dreads are bad on everyone except for whitney mixter.
regina phalange (2 years ago)
white dreads are the worst thing known to man
Dana katuin (2 years ago)
the girl with the yellow shirt looks like katie cassady
Roelant Verwey (2 years ago)
I think left, richt, richt😁
Marcus Savina (2 years ago)
wait, what was the answer? which ones were gay?
Britany Cheung (2 years ago)
all were, first left was bi
runrockwater (2 years ago)
from a picture? dont u need more info
Jeleca (2 years ago)
'lesbians are more confident' ayy sure, okay
eva morgan (2 years ago)
o look special cookies
Carasaurus Wrex (2 years ago)
What if you're closited? There is ZERO confidence when you're in the closet, I think.
Joana Mendes (2 years ago)
U just said the Truth.
Aurora Batty (2 years ago)
Who were the lesbians
Aurora Batty (2 years ago)
thanks
Britany Cheung (2 years ago)
all were, first left was bi
Gabby Allen (2 years ago)
shes like my gay hayley williams
Talyah R (2 years ago)
But... were they right?! You can't call it science then not provide the results xD
Lauren Williams (2 years ago)
I have such a good gaydar I swear
fluffymcdeath (2 years ago)
Are they more confident than straight women? Or are they just not putting on the frail demure act that straight women do to flirt with men?
twocheeky (2 years ago)
It's so funny that I also picked all of these.
Kumara Dosha (2 years ago)
Okay, but it never reveals if they're right? This just proves gay people are held to certain stereotypes, even by other gay people. I find this counterproductive and a bit exclusive. I'm not an LGBT stereotype, and I don't WANT to be. And I find the stereotypes to be tired and unidentifiable. I hope I can find someone that clicks with me, and the spread of this culture just makes me feel more alone.
Ist Egal (2 years ago)
my girlfriend swears yiu could know if someone is gay by seeing their face
Fox In Socks (2 years ago)
There's a gaydar, then there's bifi 😂
ALICIA SWIFT (4 months ago)
Fox In Socks Lol to funny
Shai Amor (2 years ago)
OKAY! lmao
Youtube Renegade (2 years ago)
So the gaydar exists, but the friend zone doesn't? Should I just mercy kill myself as a straight man? Maybe I'm just too politically involved in this topic, but it's really starting to seem like the world wants to eject people like me from the planet and politically, it's getting worse and worse every day. Being a straight man is like a fucking hazard on college campuses. It's like walking around with a bullseye on your back. I'm lucky because I go to a private uni, but my circumstances aside the shit that's going on in the name of so-called "equality" is not okay. It's not okay because it seems like there's no real steps being taken to equality, but that most of the changes happening in the world seem to accomplish nothing except marginalizing White, straight cisgendered men. None of the laws and social changes are tackling equality issues. There's more talk about what kind of emojis we should start having and the content of movies than the fact that some conservative states are making it damn near impossible for women to get abortions and have revoked same sex marriage on the state government level.It seems that these very real systemic problems have only been complained about and are mentioned infrequently while the most enduring points of activism have been the most useless things to emphasize for the goal of equality. How the fuck is an emoji going to get same sex marriage back in the states that banned it or give women in conny states the standard level of accessibility to safe abortions? You can't call me homophobic because I go to uni in San Francisco and most of my LGBT friends agree with me and fear for me in the future with what's going on outside of the safe confines of my uni.
Lady Danvers (2 years ago)
I bet you all the girls in the pics were gay😆 lol I picked all the ones the girls didn't pick.
king kweeen (2 years ago)
no results?
Lilly Laughlin (2 years ago)
My mom's gaydar has been going off when she sees me since I was 5.
karene (2 years ago)
Damnit, I ended up making a list. =(
idiotmonkey12 (2 years ago)
I know that this may be way off base but wanted to share anyway. I'm really relating to a lot of your videos but in a different way. I suffer from depression and lost my mom a month ago. I have shared with friends how devastated I am and they are so quick to say I am faking my pain. That some of my less than stellar outbursts have been for attention. I've lost two friends now because of that and this video at the end reflected back that to me. It's hard to come out and own who you are. For me it's hard to tell my feelings for the same reason, the potential of losing everything to something people don't understand or want to understand or want to accept unconditionally. My mother loved me and everyone unconditionally. She wanted equality for everyone. I do too.
Ifaa Madar (2 years ago)
YOU ARE AMAZING Arielle Scarcella !! ♥
lala land (2 years ago)
Wel which ones we gay?
Erin F (2 years ago)
So what were the results?
Jennifer Sunshine (2 years ago)
my gaydar pings loud everytime I see you Arielle lol
BuryingYoungTalent (2 years ago)
It's not hard, you're just picking the one that looks more manly.
mia ! (2 years ago)
y tf she keep waving her phone around. >.>
Florence Crum (2 years ago)
I think that lesbians are more confident because they don't have to deal with men who tear down their self-esteem and self-confidence.
Astra Moon (2 years ago)
Confidence isnt always all of it. Im gay. I KNOW Im gay. But I have absolutely no confidence or self esteem.
Unknown Caller (2 years ago)
Lesbians are more confident because they don't live under the male gaze.
TheHumbleUnicorn (2 years ago)
I had a teacher that looked a bit like you and she died recently of cancer........
Chris Pham (2 years ago)
The title screen was hard to read. Just saying!
Anastaziia Clark (2 years ago)
Is the hair tie on the wrist a gay-girl thing? I've done that for as long as I can remember and I'm bisexual. I'm just curious.
Anam Khalid (2 years ago)
Nah but wearing a hair tie on your wrist is for later when you getting it on and going down on a girl
Chrislar21 TM (2 years ago)
sooo were they right ooorrr...? 😅
Raul V (2 years ago)
I like your videos, however, do you do any other video that's not about Lesbians? :)
Jahmaal glenn (2 years ago)
Are they right?
Anne-Ca L (2 years ago)
Arielle I love your videos from France 😘
charmeddean (2 years ago)
OMG IS THAT LAUREL FROM ARROW?!?!!??
Sydnie Bennett (2 years ago)
Ughhhhh that redhead is gorgeous 😍 I love redheads 💕
Naestved DK (2 years ago)
Hey, this is cheating. You didn't say if they were right!
Rosita Rose (2 years ago)
if u really have gaydar... even u have nt 100 persent accurate... and u always asking she is lesbian or nt.... tiring...
Siobhan _ (2 years ago)
So were they correct or not?????!
Fried Toast (2 years ago)
My gaydar is horrible.
Tinyoneo (2 years ago)
Yes yes my crush is gay. Thanks the heavens
Devin M (2 years ago)
Gibbs!!!! woo hoo!
poohdabear71 (2 years ago)
You never said who was gay or not
Taylor Moore (2 years ago)
Wait but were they right?
Willpowerv (2 years ago)
Maybe they were right but I got a gay vibe from the opposite photos of the girls. I liked them because they looked natural
J0k3rstar (2 years ago)
lol! awesome comments
1brownss (3 years ago)
GIVE ME A BREAK....? UGLY
itriedtobewitty (3 years ago)
Arielle, I came out my senior year of high school and I was incredibly confident about it for that whole year. Now, I'm at a Catholic Women's College, and I feel like I'm the only lesbian on campus. I know I'm not, but I have no idea how to keep my identity when I feel so out of place when I'm being myself. I'm afraid I'm stepping back in the closet. How do I stop this? How can I stay confident? Do you have any tips?
GlitterKillah187 (3 years ago)
I don't get it. You never proved the gaydar theory because you never told us if their guesses were right or wrong. You never told us which one was really gay lol I personally would like some answers lol 😁
Novella Cinephile (3 years ago)
The woman in the yellow tank top is spot on. Nailed it. I CANNOT stand how women talk now and its mostly straight women who talk with an upward inflection. I have literally thought about women I pass that I can't be friends because they sound like they're 12. PLEASE be more certain! Men also can't stand the upward inflection because its not natural! I call it the reality tv talk where almost everything is with an upward inflection! Its awful. Its my firm opinion it unfortunately makes women sound unsure and stupid, be certain please! Oh you had a bagel? Oh you're not asking, I couldn't tell because of the upward inflection!
Teresa Smith (3 years ago)
i dont like the chick with dreads
naesy (3 years ago)
Oh yeah, so what does your gaydar say now?
Chilly Verde (3 years ago)
:3
lydia sarrou (3 years ago)
I'm not very confident but i'm a lesbian so i don't know if confidence is always for lesbians.
Paige Lewis (3 years ago)
After Watching allot of these videos - The women with the dreadlocks seems very judgmental towards people different to her, such as straight and bisexual people.
shortnik11 (3 years ago)
On the 3rd set I hit on her once at the club LOL
Lisa Marie (3 years ago)
Did they guess them all correctly? :/

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