Eugene Volunteers At The Trevor Project


  1. Lennon Etter

    Lennon EtterIl y a heure

    Why would anyone dislike the message they are spreading.

  2. Jennie Love

    Jennie LoveIl y a 14 heures

    Thank you Try Guys. I have many friends who struggle with their sexuality being accepted and I feel I don't always have the answers. I very much appreciate this information and will definitely let them know about Trevor. Eugene, thank you.

  3. Marie Creek

    Marie CreekIl y a 21 heure

    I wish something like this had been around when I was a teenager. Growing up asexual and non-binary was confusing and hard, I always felt like I was broken in some way and I didn't have the words or the terminology to explain who I was. Even now I feel like I have to constantly justify how I am the way I am and I lost a huge amount of friends when I needed them in my struggle. It may have gotten better for me in adulthood but that isn't always the case, and to see organizations like this is so amazing and encouraging. I can only hope that we get more youth outreach programs for LGBTQ youth and continue to educate people so that hopefully the rate of crisis calls lowers as people feel accepted and validated.


    NEHA SUDHIRIl y a jour

    I am a straight person from India. Can I volunteer too?

  5. Michelle Seguin

    Michelle SeguinIl y a jour

    Eugene was so touching. Brought tears.

  6. Captain Cat

    Captain CatIl y a 2 jours

    Just started using the forum in the description. I love it so much. Thank you guys for making and sharing this video I don’t know where I’d be without The Trevor Project

  7. Michaela Langer

    Michaela LangerIl y a 2 jours


  8. IIqueenII W.

    IIqueenII W.Il y a 2 jours

    So he is not straight?

  9. Katherine Hervey

    Katherine HerveyIl y a 2 jours

    Can you only call if you feel like killing yourself? Or can you call if you have been feeling really down for a while because of your sexuality?

  10. Uh Uh

    Uh UhIl y a 2 jours

    As a bisexual person, this really made me happy. Thanks, Eugene! ^-^

  11. Jo-anna F

    Jo-anna FIl y a 3 jours

    I myself am not Christian but I grew up my whole like being raised as so and I grew up in a very excepting church that always taught that if something that’s being preached to you is coming from hate and not love then it’s not of god and so if you believe in god then you should never give hate to people because you don’t agree with there ways. The Bible preaches that you should always give love and if you believe that being gay or trans is a sin or is of bad things wouldn’t you think that person maybe needs love and not hate. I find it horrible that people would ever treat someone like how some of the stuff I’m reading says.d

  12. Mariah Zeh

    Mariah ZehIl y a 3 jours

    I’m rewatching this, waiting to do the Trevor Chat. I was having a rlly bad time bc of parents and I guess finally was looking into having therapy/mental health things.

  13. Storm OuO

    Storm OuOIl y a 3 jours

    Im not crying u r

  14. Kat Harris

    Kat HarrisIl y a 3 jours

    Thanks for making this video it's SO important!!!

  15. Skyz The Limits PRODUCTIONS

    Skyz The Limits PRODUCTIONSIl y a 4 jours

    o my god Eugene🥺 he was gonna cry😭

  16. Sadie :o

    Sadie :oIl y a 5 jours

    Eugene is officially my spirit animal

  17. HonestlyAnna

    HonestlyAnnaIl y a 5 jours

    I really like a lot of the Try Guy Videos. It's great that you made this video, I just want to say out of deepest respect-- I think that because it's such a serious topic, Eugene shouldn't have cracked so many jokes as he did.

  18. Daisy Kopping

    Daisy KoppingIl y a 5 jours

    ugh this made me cry

  19. Moonlit_Stars

    Moonlit_StarsIl y a 5 jours

    I love seeing these because it also makes me feel good because i have Gay/Lesbian, Bisexual, and Pansexual friends and they've all been under a period of suicide, and i've helped them, and it makes me smile knowing i saved peoples lives just by being me. Even though they all traded me for other friends like people on a sports team, i'm still happy i got to help someone. No matter if they hate me or not.

  20. Moonlit_Stars

    Moonlit_StarsIl y a 5 jours

    Love all the meaningful messages they put at the end, i hope they know it helps so many people in so many ways.

  21. Belia Luedke

    Belia LuedkeIl y a 5 jours

    I liked it. ☺️

  22. Shandre Calderone

    Shandre CalderoneIl y a 6 jours

    This made me cry :( i wish i knew about this when i was younger. I'm going to look up how to volunteer. Maybe I can help someone the way i needed help when i was younger. Thanks for making us aware of this. ❤

  23. Lily Daquila

    Lily DaquilaIl y a 6 jours

    Why isn't this vid getting more views? It's such an important topic and message. Thanks for doing this, Eugene 💜

  24. Nicole Muzondo

    Nicole MuzondoIl y a 6 jours

    MY BAABBYY EUGENE don’t cry 😢 actually making me cry *the tears have exited my eyes now* who could have hurt such a sweet child 🥺

  25. Lotte de Kraker

    Lotte de KrakerIl y a 6 jours

    I have to say, the trevor project is doing absolutely amazing things. Sadly, I don't think there is a LGBT lifeline in The Netherlands. If there is, please let me know. Some of my friends, and me personally, would really appreciate it.

  26. Logan Brown

    Logan BrownIl y a 7 jours

    It's honestly amazing seeing Eugene vulnerable like that. The self-confident and heavily drinking "leader" of the try guys sharing his insecurities shows that no one is as strong as they may appear, and that it's necessary to talk about your issues with a professional or someone you trust. 10/10 try guys, I almost cried hearing the shake in his voice as he told his story

  27. Andi Zwank

    Andi ZwankIl y a 7 jours


  28. Trevor Johnson

    Trevor JohnsonIl y a 8 jours

    My name is Trevor

  29. Orchid Dreams

    Orchid DreamsIl y a 8 jours

    Highscool kids are *evil*

  30. A Bumblebee Most Likely

    A Bumblebee Most LikelyIl y a 8 jours

    i like this video because I too am gay and wanna die

  31. Barry Benson

    Barry BensonIl y a 9 jours

    What is the point of this ? There are young lives who are killed daily in middle eastern country’s in war ! This does nothing.

  32. Kenzieisawkward

    KenzieisawkwardIl y a 9 jours

    I started chucking up and crying in this video . When I came out as bisexual it was one of the hardest times in my life . I was being bullied in school over it , even the principal and staff would join in making comments and even got expelled for just holding a girls hand in the hallway. I ended up leaving my church after being cornered and beat up in the church bathroom by a bunch of girls . My mom was never homophobic but I would say if biphobia was a word she would be at least at that time. She thought bisexuality didn’t exist and I was going through a phase . My family didn’t accept me and kept pushing me to be straight . This was years ago and in the lgbtq community bisexuality was not that accepted and many gay people that I knew kept saying i wasn’t really bi , I was just gay and afraid to fully come out and lying to myself. I also had chronic depression and anxiety since I was very young so after coming out all the bullying and discrimination just made it worse . I was self harming daily and developed an eating disorder . I reached a point where I did attempt suicide , multiple times throughout the years after coming out. When I hit high school I went to a preforming arts school and found this big loving accepting lgbtq community there and finally started accepting and loving myself for who I was . I stopped hiding . I was open about my sexuality to anyone who asked and never hid being in relationships with girls . As the years went on and the lgbt community and society as a whole started validating bisexuality more and more I starting attending pride events and gatherings . Joined the GSA in my school . And actually started volunteering for the Trevor project at outreach events at their booth when I turned 18. I met so many kids going through what I went through and heard their stories . This organizations saves so many lives . It’s truly amazing. I thank you , Eugene and the try guys for shining the spotlight on the Trevor project and really bringing to attention that even though society has grown a lot this is still an issue that affects so many teens and young adults who are coming to terms with their gender and sexuality . Especially now with everything going on in the political world even I sometimes have started feeling unsafe . I hope that as more time passes society will become more loving and accepting of our community and the fear and shame of being gay, bisexual , trans , lesbian Etc will cease to exist and we can all just be who we are without discrimination .

  33. Sara James Julien

    Sara James JulienIl y a 9 jours

    Well I cried through most of this video. I'm so glad that teens have a resource like this, it makes such a huge difference. I wish there was something like this back when I was a little baby gay.

  34. Ad Marin

    Ad MarinIl y a 9 jours

    Eugene is inspiring! Wow, deep!

  35. Nikki Cooper

    Nikki CooperIl y a 9 jours

  36. Joanna Craddy

    Joanna CraddyIl y a 9 jours

    i was starting to sob and then eugene just randomly said "ah fuck" and i was sent into a giggle fit which made me feel a whole lot better.

  37. Qutie Kim

    Qutie KimIl y a 10 jours

    I liked this video in the beginning and I was like "OMG how can I like again!!!" I want the Try Guys to know that I so appreciate ALL of them and ALL of the materials that they have created! Love you guys~

  38. CrysT1931

    CrysT1931Il y a 10 jours

    One of my achievements is that my older sister started supporting lgbt because of me so I'm quite happy rn although i haven't come out to my family yet. Planning on telling them after i have my own job and house just in case they disown me.

  39. K-Pop Lover

    K-Pop LoverIl y a 11 jours

    This is so amazing, good on you

  40. Lea A.

    Lea A.Il y a 11 jours

    I cried and it's okay

  41. Oliver Scott

    Oliver ScottIl y a 11 jours

    im so glad the trevor project exists. and im happy the try guys support non binary and asexual/aromantic people. of course im happy they support the entire lgbtq+ community. but as a non binary and grayro/grayace person i don’t get much support so it’s nice to know i have it here 😌 this video is amazing. thank you Eugene.

  42. ManyMonsters Media

    ManyMonsters MediaIl y a 12 jours

    i had to mute and read the subtitles for like half the video ;v; and hold my dog! so many emotions!! thank you Eugene!!

  43. Dark Blue

    Dark BlueIl y a 14 jours

    Aw proud of you Eugene ❤

  44. trinity b

    trinity bIl y a 14 jours

    Thank you thank you thank you so much

  45. PolliitoAle

    PolliitoAleIl y a 14 jours

    Me: ok, I'm good, this is a good video and I'm not crying. Video: *8:10** happens* Me: fuck ; - ;

  46. Kary Wiebe

    Kary WiebeIl y a 14 jours

    I've been watching a lot of Try Guys videos lately, and Eugene kind of intrigued me, not just for the looks, but also for how active he is as an advocate for LGBTQ youth and this video just cemented him as one of my favorite role models ever. I relate a lot with having trouble accepting myself for who I am. And feeling rejected about it. He did really well and I'm so glad he exists. He's such a special human being and I hope he gets all the happiness. ❤💛💚💙💜 As for me, one of my dreams is to one day be able to provide support within the church for closeted teens who feel like they have nowhere to turn. I know there's a lot of us out there and I know we need this. ❤💛💚💙💜 Thanks for the courage, Eugene. I love you, role model. ❤💛💚💙💜

  47. Zoe Bean

    Zoe BeanIl y a 15 jours

    I’m so happy that the world is evolving enough so that nice LGBTQ kids can have someone just to listen to them, lots of people struggle with their sexuality and it’s sad to see that sometimes parents shun there kids it’s just sad. A lot of times people’s religion have an impact on how they feel about themselves like they say that god hates gays but they also say god loves all its sad to see kids/teens struggle with that stuff. I know that if me or one of my siblings were gay my parents would support them/me, the world we live in is great and terrible and no LGBTQ kid should think poorly of themselves because it’s just sad.

  48. Melanie Seay

    Melanie SeayIl y a 15 jours

    Omg this was such a great and informative video!!! Just makes me respect The Try Guys even more!

  49. ponyeet

    ponyeetIl y a 16 jours

    im proud of you, eugene

  50. craine mundanephan

    craine mundanephanIl y a 16 jours

    eugene you’re literally such an inspiration to me. thank for for speaking out about such important topics and putting yourself out there with this type of content. i love you and the try guys, as a non-binary and generally queer teenager it is so important for us to be educated on things like this. having been very lost myself at times, it is personally very meaningful to me for you guys to undertake this video process for the education about suicide prevention in lgbt youth. just thank you.

  51. Urmila Nath

    Urmila NathIl y a 17 jours

    Ok, try guys u r making me so addictive to u

  52. Meredith Hagan

    Meredith HaganIl y a 17 jours

    I love how the name cards for all the Trevor Project employees include pronouns!

  53. Fariha Mohamed Hilmy

    Fariha Mohamed HilmyIl y a 18 jours

    I wonder whether Eugene is bisexual or gay?

  54. Erik C

    Erik CIl y a 16 jours

    Fariha Mohamed Hilmy He said so.

  55. Fariha Mohamed Hilmy

    Fariha Mohamed HilmyIl y a 16 jours

    +Erik C How do you know?

  56. Erik C

    Erik CIl y a 17 jours


  57. Diana Perry

    Diana PerryIl y a 18 jours


  58. Ryan Hardaway

    Ryan HardawayIl y a 18 jours

    All y'all need to watch Ben Shapiro and Louder with Crowder

  59. Erik C

    Erik CIl y a 17 jours

    All y'all don't even bother with those little boys.

  60. Ryan Hardaway

    Ryan HardawayIl y a 18 jours

    What is Eugene in LGBT?

  61. Erik C

    Erik CIl y a 17 jours


  62. Sofia Forero

    Sofia ForeroIl y a 19 jours

    Um I already cause harm to me so yeah sorry

  63. giannamichelle07

    giannamichelle07Il y a 19 jours

    “I sense the dog is inside there” MOOOOOOOOOOOD

  64. Finn Delgado

    Finn DelgadoIl y a 20 jours

    I never knew that Eugene is so emotional

  65. thepsychomermaidgirl

    thepsychomermaidgirlIl y a 20 jours

    I guess FRreporter hid this video from me till now🤔🤔 I didnt ever the notification for this one

  66. Emma W.

    Emma W.Il y a 20 jours

  67. Leanne _ oreo

    Leanne _ oreoIl y a 22 jours

    Wa...wa...wait...Eugene cries............

  68. Webkinz Collecter

    Webkinz CollecterIl y a 22 jours

    I’m trans and personally I go through many things epically to do with my dysphoria and depression I think the trever project is amazing and I love it! 💚 thank you Eugene for making this video!!! 💚

  69. laura rae xoxo

    laura rae xoxoIl y a 22 jours

    i wish there was something like that in europe

  70. Audrey the oversized hoodie

    Audrey the oversized hoodieIl y a 23 jours

    I'm gonna cry

  71. Cookie Cutter

    Cookie CutterIl y a 23 jours

    hi i just want to say thanks to the trevor project and the try guys for helping so many people thank you and i would like to say,it doesn't matter if others hate on you don't let them stop you please carry on, prevail forward don't stop,please call 1-866-488-7386 for help thank you try guys thank you so very much. -Charlie ps im laughing so hard at the fact Eugene says everything wrong

  72. Intergalactic Fan base

    Intergalactic Fan baseIl y a 23 jours

    3:18 That is the face I make when I find out my friends or anyone I'm talking to knows nothing about Marvel 😂 Like "How👏do👏you👏not👏know👏"

  73. joymacL

    joymacLIl y a 24 jours


  74. Skyler Tillman

    Skyler TillmanIl y a 24 jours

    Eugene showing how this experience affected him and how it could have affected him had he known about the Trevor Project made me cry. I think this is the first time we've seen him cry out of pure heartbreak.

  75. jcolt8898

    jcolt8898Il y a 24 jours

    i'm asexual.

  76. Arkonite Babe

    Arkonite BabeIl y a 24 jours

    Eugene, you smashed it! 💖

  77. Naturalista Nas

    Naturalista NasIl y a 24 jours

    My both sides of my family are good ole typical Jamaican homophobic. They think the LGBTQ+ community is gross and sinful. They're split between thinking it's a stupid rebellious choice and thinking it's a sick mental disease. Most of them can tolerate being cordial around us yes, at least to our faces; however this is in professional settings, in personal settings the only queer people they would choose to be around them are the "cishetero-passing"/socially acceptable ones who are family (i.e. me). Despite being more on the passive aggressive side about their prejudice (which is still harmful), I can't confidently say they- especially some of the men- wouldn't verbally or even physically assault one of us if given the opportunity without repercussions. They're the kind of assholes who wouldn't hesitate a bit to use LGBTQ+ slurs when a queer person is involved in something they don't like. As a child, I was genuinely anxious that one of my family members might assault me in some form if they knew how real my queerness was. I was terrified to even mention the word gay. I had a strong sense very early on in my life that I was queer, I genuinely knew something was different about my sexual orientation from the age of 7. I didn't have the explanations because I didn't have the knowledge but I knew something. I never came out to my mom, she passed away not knowing. When I was 10 I asked a question about relationships and used a gay couple in my scenario. My mom made a scrunched up face that made my heart sink and proceeded to make offensive stereotypical remarks regarding "battyman" and how they're so disgusting. I HATED myself because of my family and neighborhood (a Paterson, NJ ghetto). I was drowning in their ignorance and hatred, gasping for air blurry eyed from tears that wouldn't fall. I desperately needed a video like this when I was 15 and struggling. By then I was grieving my mother's loss to cancer and my failing relationships with my relatives, shaming myself for being raped, being bullied at school AND at my group home, over-medicated because childcare services didn't want to deal with my clinical depression and PTSD, and having to adjust to a new normal every year. I was invisible, lonely, frightened and disheartened. I was revolted by my mind and body; I believed the lie that our community is vile and crazy. I could really have used a fairie queerparent to help me unpack the toxicity I was taught and reassure me that I wasn't an abomination; yes I actually used to call myself that. Instead of being protected and nurtured, I was broken down and left to rot by almost everyone around me. Suicide was almost always on my mind. Fortunately my pansexuality doesn't give me as much constant anxiety as it used to now that I'm becoming more comfortable in my skin and don't live with a bunch of homophobes. I still have some qualms about being openly queer though, but now it's less about me hating myself and mainly about worrying societal attitudes toward it. I am still careful who I tell, especially in my current neighborhood (I live in another ghetto). Despite this, I'm in a much better place with my queerness. Much of this has to do with the increase of quality LGBTQ+ content and queer icons I can lean on. I am one of many whose relationships with my sexual and personal identities was/is shattered, and need to know that programs like The Trevor Project exists when we feel that no one is around or cares to hear our pain. To my fellow friends and family in this colorful community garden we grow in, I hear you and I am there. One Love

  78. Vivian’s Life

    Vivian’s LifeIl y a 24 jours


  79. Maxwell Anderson

    Maxwell AndersonIl y a 24 jours

    I'm just the biggest Try Guys fan in the world, and as a queer and trans person myself, this video means the world to me. To feel acknowledged by the people I've spent so much time watching, loving, and appreciating is so so validating. I work with LGBTQIA+ youth and it is so heartbreaking and so incredible at the same time. This video made me cry. To see Eugene - someone so beautiful, funny, talented, famous - get choked up about his own story, and the understanding that so many of us struggle every day just to be visible - it's worth more than anything I could ever try to put into words. Thank you so much to the whole team for this video, and please more content like it. And Eugene, if you're somehow via a miracle reading this - I'm so sorry for the pain you were caused and for all of the people who caused it. But now you have an entire community of millions of people that adore you just the way you are. I am so grateful for you and for all of the guys. Thank you.

  80. Guess my name

    Guess my nameIl y a 25 jours

    Is there a word describing people who don't *romantically* love others? Because at first I thought it was asexual but it's not really. I just want to find out.

  81. Gwendolyn A Curtis

    Gwendolyn A CurtisIl y a 25 jours

    Is it bad that i cried?

  82. Guess my name

    Guess my nameIl y a 25 jours


  83. Aoki Mika

    Aoki MikaIl y a 25 jours

    You know that face they make in haikyuu when they are happy? That weird sparkly one? That's my face right now.

  84. Glass

    GlassIl y a 25 jours

    “And how did that go?” “She married him :(“ Lmao 🤣 YoUr FiReD

  85. Amelia Ransom

    Amelia RansomIl y a 25 jours

    When Ever started crying I went to hug my dog and she jumped out of my arms and started barking. I am hurt😭🤣

  86. Driveway Turtle

    Driveway TurtleIl y a 25 jours

    I like you better than ever, Eugene. You seemed real and not superficial in any way.

  87. wass up

    wass upIl y a 25 jours

    okay ik i’m going to get hate for this but i truly believe that there are only 2 genders. i do believe that transgenderism (is that a word) is real but even then you identify as male or female. what i do believe what should be considered a gender is non binary, gender fluid, etc. i’m willing to talk have a discussion with anyone who disagrees with me.

  88. Phil Vaive

    Phil VaiveIl y a 10 jours

    Can I ask you why it matters to you? Like, if you see someone wearing a dress, does it really affect you what's between their legs?

  89. Alma Garcia

    Alma GarciaIl y a 26 jours

    8:53 It states 92% attempt suicide by age 25. It is true. Paris Jackson attempt suicide by age 14.

  90. Alma Garcia

    Alma GarciaIl y a 26 jours

    8:04 it gets SO EMOTIONAL!! Even though I'm young I can still call???

  91. Ashley Banegas

    Ashley BanegasIl y a 26 jours

    Me being a pansexual who used to be sducidal and depressed I couldn’t get fully through the video without crying😭 I feel the pain of being judge and feeling like couldn’t be myself gets so real to me and I really admire people who give their time to do this for people like us. So I just want to say Thank you☺️ thank you for caring about us

  92. lyllyian pinheiro

    lyllyian pinheiroIl y a 26 jours

    I just got out of the hospital, and I never knew about the Trevor project, I think I'm gonna give them a call

  93. Guess my name

    Guess my nameIl y a 25 jours

    Have hope and live a long and happy life ^^

  94. Diana Kempter

    Diana KempterIl y a 26 jours

    To all the trans people who are seeing this today after the US government has actually gone through with the military ban: We see you. We love you. We love you. We love you.

  95. Mobile Gaming

    Mobile GamingIl y a 26 jours

    Is he gay?

  96. Guess my name

    Guess my nameIl y a 25 jours

    I think he's bi

  97. Luke E

    Luke EIl y a 26 jours

    I remember when I talked online with the Trevor Project when I was 15. I was extremely depressed and suicidal and felt like my family didn't even care about me, even after blatantly confessing my feelings of depression. My mother had always been against my sexuality, as was her fiance. So one night i got on the website and talked with a counselor. After maybe an hour, we came to the decision to file a neglect report through child services, and a few days later, a representative came to our house. Obviously, I never told my mom that she came because of me, but after a couple meetings and a lot of arguing and fighting, I ended up in a pediatric psychiatry ward at a local hospital. After 10 days, I got out with a prescription for anti-depressants. A few days later, just before my 16th birthday, I made the decision to run away and go to a friend's house. My mom and her fiance told me not to come back. I lived with that friend for a year before things started settling down. I'm so grateful for the Trevor project and I look forward to the day that we don't need it anymore.

  98. Phil Vaive

    Phil VaiveIl y a 10 jours

    Luke, I'm so so sorry you had to literally run away from your family to be able to start to be happy. That was honestly one of my worst fears. Living with your friend and their family must have been such a relief, and I'm so glad that you were able to find someone who supported and cared for you when you absolutely needed it the most. You made a really brave choice, and I'm so so glad it has been working out for you.

  99. Guess my name

    Guess my nameIl y a 25 jours

    Just know we support you!

  100. MixedKweh !

    MixedKweh !Il y a 26 jours

    Can we call outside of USA

  101. Kendal Andrew

    Kendal AndrewIl y a 27 jours

    I want to call but I'm scared...

  102. Guess my name

    Guess my nameIl y a 25 jours

    It's alright. Calling will help. ^^ You have to go through the worst before getting the reward

  103. Analice Vaz Braga

    Analice Vaz BragaIl y a 25 jours

    Hey Kendal, there is no need to be scared, those people are there to help you.

  104. Earth Chan

    Earth ChanIl y a 27 jours

    The Try Guys try...WATCHING CARTOONS :)? (Like Steven Universe, Adventure time, Gravity Falls, etc) More modern cartoons of this generation. :D

  105. Vic o urso

    Vic o ursoIl y a 27 jours

    Fuck I'm crying 😂

  106. multifandom trash

    multifandom trashIl y a 28 jours

    ._. my sexuality is like Eugene, but I don't have his confidence.

  107. Amessofahumanbeing :p

    Amessofahumanbeing :pIl y a 28 jours

    Can you call if you just wanna talk to someone too or no

  108. Error--User101Megan

    Error--User101MeganIl y a 29 jours

    Thank you

  109. Nina Del Sanchez

    Nina Del SanchezIl y a 29 jours

    Sometimes I just think about the fact that Eugene exists and it makes me happy

  110. Nokas Kt

    Nokas KtIl y a 29 jours

    OMG Eugene almost crying brought me to tears I'm shaking AF

  111. Claudia Contreras

    Claudia ContrerasIl y a 29 jours

    You guys should do each other’s make up!

  112. Jaden Luce

    Jaden LuceIl y a mois

    Hey guys please don’t take this the wrong way but Eugene said he was part of the lgbtq+ community do you know what he is? Is he gay?

  113. Guess my name

    Guess my nameIl y a 25 jours

    I don't really know but I *think* he is bi.....?

  114. Jenna Sanchez

    Jenna SanchezIl y a mois

    Lifelines like this are so so important. Even though I wasn’t calling the Trevor Project, I did use a line in a time of crisis in November and my counselor saved my life. Literally. And I don’t think there are words to describe how powerful that is? Or how grateful I am. I don’t know, but it makes me happy to see us as a society starting to take notice about issues like teen depression.