Eugene Volunteers At The Trevor Project

  • Published on:  12/3/2018
  • TREVOR MIGHT BE EXPERIENCING HIGH VOLUMES AND WAIT TIMES RIGHT NOW, if you are not in an immediate crisis but still looking to connect with someone more quickly, their online community,, can help you connect with other young people between the ages of 13 and 24.

    Eugene volunteers at The Trevor Project, the world's largest suicide prevention organization for LGBTQ youth, and explores the training process it takes to become a lifeline counselor. Visit The Trevor Project at

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  • Dee Dee Animates
    Dee Dee Animates seconds ago

    *I sEnsE tHe dOg iS iN the

  • tittyharmony
    tittyharmony 2 hours ago

    "I have a friend let's call her Stacy" OH MY FUCKING GOD EUGENE SAID MY NAME

  • caitlingracce
    caitlingracce 2 hours ago

    you made me feel that man, love ya Eugene

  • Galiant2010
    Galiant2010 5 hours ago

    I wish I had seen this kind of content when I was younger. But even when I was in high school just about 10 years ago I don't feel like GNC folks got much publicity so I went most of my life thinking they were basically as rare as unicorns, aka, not a real thing. Then in a group therapy setting I met someone who was trans. Hearing them talk about their life and their struggles with their identity it suddenly hit me that this was also me. That there were others out there. I found support groups and finally came out. I know the "cishets" always say we are pushing our agenda too hard but it's only because so many of us wish that this kind of information was more visible for us at an earlier age and we think about how much of a difference it could have made in our lives if we had found our true selves earlier in life and we don't want others to have this information slip by them so we have to make it known. I wish I'd had the ability to watch this video 10-15 years ago. Now all I can do is try to slowly introduce this subject to my sister's kids to raise awareness but I face other issues because my family is very religious and not accepting and my only hope to maintain connection with my family, in the future, is for them to not grow up also in ignorance and intolerance.

  • Stephanie Mancillas
    Stephanie Mancillas 6 hours ago

    0:15 seconds... best moment
    0:30 seconds... 2nd best moment
    0:56 seconds... 3rd and stop ❤️😭

  • Emily Shift
    Emily Shift 6 hours ago

    It would probably be a good idea for me to call them.......but my mom probably wouldn't allow it.......and I can't make calls without her knowing bc our house is kind of small XD ( I'm not suicidal, I'm just kind of stressing about my sexuality right now....and have been for a long time...) haha...don't mind me just venting to whomever will listen..

  • loading huh
    loading huh 8 hours ago

    gender identity confusion fucking check your pants your either male or female

  • Blessed by Bangtan
    Blessed by Bangtan 8 hours ago

    These EXO ads just...
    make me super jealous

  • Random Fujoshi
    Random Fujoshi 8 hours ago+1

    I’m crying so hard right now.
    Come to Brazil Trevor Project, we need you guys here, we are alone and dying by the hands of homophobe.
    We need help.
    Every day on the internet, in the city or in WhatsApp I see LGBTQ people getting oppressed and killings themselves, I see my friends dying inside cause they can’t come out because of this homophobic world that we live. I’m tired of hiding myself as a woman and a pansexual. We are tired of this filthy world that we live on.
    We just want to be free.
    And I honestly believe that this project here wold help us a lot.

  • Hilmarie Fourie
    Hilmarie Fourie 9 hours ago

    I don't get how this video gets so many dislikes.

  • lilbxtchass
    lilbxtchass 9 hours ago

    I hate babies

  • Chris
    Chris 10 hours ago

    Thank you

  • B-Eye Strings
    B-Eye Strings 11 hours ago

    I won't explain my personal life but I would love to call Trevor but I'm terrified haha anyone else?

  • Artsy Alexian
    Artsy Alexian 11 hours ago

    Hi, Im a AFAB, my names Alex and im a closeted Transgender male.

  • Anneliese Guerrero
    Anneliese Guerrero 11 hours ago

    I cried...don't judge me

  • maggie lockhart
    maggie lockhart 11 hours ago

    so thankful that you guys are using your platform to bring awareness to this valuable resource for those who might be struggling out there.

  • McKenzie Seaux
    McKenzie Seaux 11 hours ago

    Thank you so much, Try Guys. Everyone knows you as those crazy guys who strip naked and do wild stunts but you are all such amazing people beneath the surface. Thanks for being such great allies to the LGBTQ community and making videos like this. <3

  • Luka Johana
    Luka Johana 12 hours ago

    I am so happy, that i grow up in save surroundings, where i was able to never being judged of how i want to be. I am bi, still had to go to depression and shit, but not because of my sexuality and this video made me realise, how happy and thankful I am for everything. I just hope, that one day, the way i grew up will be normal and we all won't be judged, just based on the person we love anymore.

  • tori :D
    tori :D 12 hours ago

    Eugene i love you a lot. Thank you for being such a wonderful person.

  • Chloe Miles
    Chloe Miles 13 hours ago

    Eugene got me tearing up❤😢