Tyler Oakley has spent nearly a decade of his 26 years making short videos about his life and promoting LGBT rights, and now he's ready to share his ultra personal truthbombs in feature-length format.
Presenting the first trailer for "Snervous," Oakley's documentary about his relationships with friends, family and fans as he Slumber Party-toured across the U.S., England and Australia to promote his autobiographical essay book "Binge."
"I'm so, so proud of this, and it wouldn't have been able to happen without your support," Oakley wrote. "This year has been a rollercoaster of ups & downs, and I'm finally ready to share that all with you in this documentary."
In the emotional preview, Oakley comes face-to-face with his father, whom he says reacted to the news of his coming out with a suggestion that therapy could "fix this."
"That was why we stopped talking," he tells his father.
Meanwhile his mother, a clear beacon of support for all of his digital endeavors, insists that loving him the way he is is the only option there is.
"Snervous," which was directed by Amy Rice, will be released by Awesomeness Films in December.