January 30, 2023
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Dave Rubin Gay: Why His Audience Left Him In Such A Great Time? What Was His Sexuality?

Dave Rubin Gay

The Rubin Report host Dave Rubin faced backlash after he announced his intention to extend his family. Many started questioning his choice, blamed his decision, and expressed discomfort or even disgust. Surprisingly, it has something to do with his sexuality. Is Dave Rubin gay? Well, many fans have this question running back of their head. But you will be surprised to learn that his sexuality led to him being rejected by his audience. Let’s see what his audience thinks about him.

Dave Rubin: Early Life

Born in June 1976 in Brooklyn, New York, Dave Rubin grew up in a secular Jewish household on Long Island. Then he spent his teenage years in Syosset, New York, and for thirteen years, he resided on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Dave attended Binghamton University and graduated with a degree in political science. In 1997, he enrolled at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev but only spent one semester there.

Dave Rubin Gay

Dave Rubin Career

Started As A Comic

Dave started his career as a stand-up comedian and attended open mics in NY. In 1999, he joined The Daily Show with Jon Stewart as an intern and continued his career at the NY-based Comedy Cellar. Later he joined other comedians of the same organization to start a public-access TV series called The Anti-Show, which was secretly filmed at NBC Studios. Dave continued to do stand-up until 2007. He then hosted two podcasts, Hot Gay Comics and The Ben And Dave Show. The latter soon turned into a TV series. In May 2009, Dave co-hosted and co-created the podcast The Six Pack.

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Dave Started YouTube Channel

After starting his third podcast that became a part of Sirius XM Radio, Dave created his account on YouTube, “Rubin Report,” in September 2012. Later he moved from New York City to Los Angeles. In 2013, he joined The Young Turks, which announced that Dave was moving to the media company RYOT. Shortly, Larry King’s Ora TV picked Dave’s show in 2015. But he left it in 2016 to run the show independently. Until late 2018, he received funding through Patreon, but Dave and Jordan Peterson left the site following Sargon of Akkad’s ban, describing it as an assault on free speech.

Dave Rubin Gay

Later he appeared in various podcasts and starred in a video titled “Why I Left the Left.” Dave also launched his first book, Don’t Burn This Book: Thinking For Yourself In An Age of Unreason, published by Sentinel in April 2020. It soon became The New York Times Best Seller book. In December 2021, Dave made a big move (he didn’t announce Dave Rubin is gay but) moved to Miami, Florida, as he criticized the governor and blamed him for his relocation.

Is Dave Rubin Gay?

Well, many rumors suggest Dave Robin is gay. But is he? To your surprise, Rubin publicly announced he’s gay in 2006 and referred to it as a “defining moment.” Dave later fell in love with producer David Janet, and the two got engaged in December 2014. The following year, the couple said, “I Do.” While Dave Rubin publically came out as gay, many criticized his sexuality. His own audience criticized him for marrying David Janet and raising their family.

Dave Rubin Gay

On March 16, 2022, Dave announced that the couple was expecting two babies by surrogacy. The first son was born in August, and the second in October. However, his audience started making lousy comments about his decision. They believed “it’s a sin” to raise a child as gay partners. In fact, his fellow co-host and friend also mocked her decision to extend his family. But Dave, sadly, took the backlash just as business as usual.

Does Dave Rubin care about others’ perspectives? What is your thought? Stay tuned. TechRadar247 will keep you updated.

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