Creative Coupling – or Throupling? – in Ding Dong I’m Gay

Tim Spencer, Joshua Longhurst and Rosie Braye talk about their hit YouTube series, working with an intimacy coordinator, and finding an audience online.

Since its YouTube launch in May 2018, the pilot web series Ding Dong I’m Gay has had more than three million views. Rude, crude and unashamedly horny, it follows the comedic exploits of two cousins living the gay life in Sydney. Toby is a relaxed ingenue from the country; Cameron is a neurotic wannabe trying to play guru to his naturally cooler cuz. 

After proving its audience in pilot, the real-deal 6-part Season One of Ding Dong I’m Gay is currently releasing episodes weekly. (You can watch it here.)

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Rochelle Siemienowicz is the ArtsHub Group's Education and Career Editor. She is a journalist for Screenhub and is a writer, film critic and cultural commentator with a PhD in Australian cinema. She was the co-host of Australia's longest-running film podcast 'Hell is for Hyphenates' and has written a memoir, Fallen, published by Affirm Press. Her second book, Double Happiness, a novel, will be published by Midnight Sun in 2024. Instagram: @Rochelle_Rochelle Twitter: @Milan2Pinsk