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Hannah Witton (born 19 February 1992) is an English YouTuber, broadcaster, and author.
Witton's debut book, Doing It, focusing on sex and sexual wellbeing, was released in Europe and North America on March 6, 2017.
Early life and education
Witton spent a year in Austin, Texas, before she grew up in England. She is Jewish. Toby Jones, the actor, is her godfather. She attended Loreto Sixth Form College in Hulme, Manchester, and then the University of Birmingham, where she obtained a degree in History and was particularly interested in sexual history. Witton's film History of Homosexuality was a finalist in the 2013 edition of The Guardian and Oxford University Press' Very Short Film Competition.
Witton underwent ileostomy in January 2018. She participated in the "Sex and Science" discussion for the Yogscast Jingle Jam charity in December.
In August 2019, Witton introduced Daniel "Dan" Leadley, his older brother of fellow YouTuber and singer-songwriter Bethan Leadley, to his younger brother Daniel "Dan" Leadley. They married in September 2020. Witton revealed in November 2021 that the couple was expecting their first child together, which was expected in late April 2022. Witton gave birth to her son, who was 9lb at the time, on "an unplanned but very calm c-section"; adding that he spent his first night in neonatal care.
Witton received a German naturalization certificate in September 2022, making her a German citizen. In her newsletter, this was revealed.
Witton received a UK Blog Award in 2017 and a Blogosphere Award in 2018 as Vlogger of the Year. Witton is the sole director of Snake People Media Ltd, which was established on March 18, 2016.
Hannah "Girasol" began making YouTube videos on April 17, 2011. She is best known for her videos assisting young women in enhancing their sexual wellness and relationships. At the summer of 2014, she served on the Gender Commission. Witton was named one of eight Girls' Champions as part of the BBC's 100 Women campaign in November 2016.
Hannah Witton is one of the three founding members of "Banging Book Club." On a podcast published on iTunes, SoundCloud, and (partially) Witton's YouTube channel, she and two colleagues, fellow YouTubers Lucy Moon and Leena Norms, read one book every month and then discuss the book together. Guests are often invited to their podcast. The books often have themes relating to sex, marriage, and feministfeminism.
Witton's second Youtube channel, "More Hannah," debuted in 2019 to post lifestyle and productivity stuff. Her main channel has a series called The Hormone Diaries, where she is currently chronicling her fertility struggle in trying to conceive.
Witton's first book, Doing It!Let's Talk About Sex was released in Europe and America on May 6, 2017 on July 3, 2018. The book, which includes personal experiences, was nominated for a SitC 2017 award. Untendrumherumreden, the German translation, was released in 2019.
In June 2019, her second book, The Hormone Diaries: The Bloody Truth About Our Periods, chronicling incidents of menstruation and education about it, was published.
Witton launched Doing It with Hannah Witton in May 2019, focusing on sex, marriages, taboos, and our bodies. Witton invites a visitor to discuss a topic in which they have expertise, which is a part of the interview. Global has nominated the podcast for the 2020 Global Awards in the podcast category, and it has been nominated in the podcast category.
In February 2016, Witton appeared on the ITV2 sex and love show Love Fix.
Witton was a guest host on BBC Radio 5 Live on topics dealing with sex and couples, and he has appeared on several BBC radio talk shows. Witton appeared on radio station "Fubar Radio" for a week and co-presented an episode of The Calum McSwiggan Show, and he also appeared on internet radio station Fubar Radio station Fubar Radio station "Computers." He also appeared on television station Fubar Radio station "The Internet Takeover" on BBC Radio Station The Hannah Witton Show.