He has also recently interviewed live from the 2014 Kids Choice Awards red carpet, along with many other events that have him meeting and speaking to celebrities.
Many of his videos are collaboration videos with other You Tubers. Since uploading his first video while a freshman at Michigan State University, he has received over 330 million video views and gained over 6.1 million subscribers along with over 365 videos posted.
Much of Oakley's activism had been dedicated to LGBT youth, LGBT rights, as well as social issues including healthcare, education, and the prevention of suicide among LGBT youth.
Social Blade, a website that rates You Tube and Instagram accounts, ranks his You Tube channel, as of August 16, 2015, with a grade "B ", subscriber rank of 109, video view rank at 1,129th, and a Social Blade rating of 1,329th.
Starting now, Tyler's sharing with his millions of followers and fans some of the tough issues he's dealt with over the years.
In addition to battling an eating disorder, Tyler's opening up about something he's never talked about before — an abusive romantic relationship that happened in college.