Former Columbia University wrestling superstar, Dylan Geick took questions from fans Monday that ranged from why he joined the army, to to whether he’s a top or bottom:.
The answer to the first question was that he was in a bad space when he took a leave of absence from Columbia University two years ago, and found the structure and discipline of military life appealed to him and pulled him back to his happy and healthy sense– and to the second, that it depejnds😤🤬Geick answered the questions from his army barrack.
Geick confesses he isn’t dating anyone eat the moment but he finds he is his best self in the context of a relationship. Does he still hand out with his “sugar daddy”, David from New York, who describes as still his best friend?
When asked if he would ever do an OnlyFans he initially emphatically says “No, it’s not something that appeals to me.”
After a pause he adds, “with the caveat of doing something very artistic in the future.”
Gieck finished by saying he plans to return to Los Angeles after the army instead of Columbia and suggests he may pursue a career in entertainment.”
A recent feature in The Ball State Daily said of Geick, “In 2017, an 18-year-old was introduced to the world through YouTube and social media as a young man capable not only of writing, but wrestling, singing, and potential being a voice for the LGBTQ+ community. Throughout two-and-a-half years, Geick had populated his content throughout social media, talking about his on-and-off relationship with Jackson Krecioch, vlogging with his friends and brother, and addressing silly and sometimes serious topics on his short-lasting podcast Out of Frame. It’s 2020, and Geick’s channel lies empty without updated content and a trail of breadcrumbs that left him leaving the spotlight possibly for good. ”
Geick’s channel garnered thousands of viewers and subscribers after his take on pride in Los Angeles in one of his videos from 2017, while wearing a Nike spoofed “Just Fook It” shirt and recognizably perfect quaffed hair. “When I was growing up, there wasn’t as much a diverse LGBT showing,” said Geick in the video. He criticized pride’s assumption that all gay men are feminine, but he supports the underlying message. “Pride gives off the message of the LGBT community as a whole, which is you can be whoever you want to be as long as you’re not hurting somebody else.” He also loves that more men can be gay and not fit the stereotype that has been portrayed throughout the media for decades.
Geick’s masculinity, talent, and overall outspokenness, with the help of his imagery in the public eye, made the influencer shatter a glass ceiling of stereotypes with something the world had not seen before.
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According to Earn The Necklace, “Geick began dating Krecioch, another LGBTQ+ influencer popular on the platform YouNow. The two posted on Krecioch’s channel and YouNow talking about their lives and taking part in challenges. Geick grew up in Illinois and graduated from Adlai E. Stevenson High School, where he won two state wrestling championships in a row. He self-published his poetry titled, Early Works: A Collection of Poetry, which talked about painful memories in his childhood and small details in his life he found appealing enough to address through prose. At the end of the book, Geick previewed a brief prologue about a novel he had been working on at the time. Geick has made it clear on social media that his favorite author is Cormac McCarthy, and anyone that has read the prologue can see the similarities and influence.”