YouTuber Brendan Jordan has come out transgender.

The Nevada teen made his announcement in introducing transgender fashion model Andreja Pejic at last week's Time to THRIVE conference, an LGBT youth conference organized by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).

“[Fame has] given me a platform to be a voice for a young generation, and allowed me to be connected in a bigger way to a huge community of supporters,” Jordan told the crowd. “I'm very lucky and very blessed. I have parents who are very supportive of who I am and me living my truth.”

“Like most teenagers, I'm still figuring it out. I'm starting to identify as one, or as part, of the trans community. I can't really label it, because, you know, some days my more feminine side comes out – the 'she.' Some other days I don't feel like putting on my fabulous mask, and the 'he' comes out, and I'm totally OK with that.”

“And I don't know who I am, or where I will be going in the future, who I will be 10 years from now, but I'm still a teenager. I just like the limitless feeling of it, and I'm perfectly fine with who I am now. I just identify with both genders, so I go by the pronouns he or she and it's just what I'm happy with,” he added.

After his appearance, Jordan tweeted: “Yes I am. gender fluid is usually the mix of a boy and a girl which all falls under the general term, transgender.”

Jordan became a video sensation when he posed in the background of a live news shot in Las Vegas. The three most viewed videos from that segment have been viewed almost 10 million times. Jordan parlayed this accidental fame into bona fide stardom on his YouTube channel and social media.