Video description: "Today's study will explain how Odin exemplified the LGBT lifestyle down to the letter...literally."
Closing statement: "We can also talk about Freya's many affairs, as well as prostituting herself to dwarves for jewelry. We can talk about Thor's unfaithfulness to Sif and vice versa. Loki's behaviour is self explanatory, but this is the paragon for the use of your sexuality. Wherever you go in the Norse pantheon, since he was responsible for forming man from trees with Vili and Vé his brother, they are the example of how their designs are used. And in that example we have a man who has transformed into a woman - transgender - in order to lay with other men - so qualify him as gay - to preform magic taught to him by his wife - suggesting bisexuality - through whom he has sided the race of the Aesir - meaning if he was a woman at any point he'd be a combination of lesbian and strait.
With all that being said, this would certainly be a God who was popular with the LGBT community. But understand that in the Norse culture, and affirmed by the writings of gramaticists, and the history of the Danes, these traits describing your God are traits you should be ashamed of in the context they were written in. And in today's culture, we are not too far gone where rape can be justified along side these things. Especially, as well as adultery in certain situations, but understand these are the reasons why you need to know all these things. Your God matters, because you are trying to become like them.
And even if you celebrate the LGBT lifestyle, that Odin himself pursued to the fullest, be aware this includes being a rapist and a casual adulterer. I don't believe anyone should use this person as an example for how they use their sexuality. If you want a god who not only designed our sexual function, but also had the self control to not be ruled by it, I would recommend Jesus Christ."