Eugene Volunteers At The Trevor Project

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  • Published on:  Monday, December 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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  • about 30 ninjas
    about 30 ninjas  2 hours ago

    I'm new so I just have to ask, is Eugene gay?

  • princesssookeh
    princesssookeh  3 hours ago

    I had to wait a few days to watch this. I knew it was gonna be rough :(

  • Putin Cheesecake
    Putin Cheesecake  3 hours ago

    Just cause you do something good dose not make you a good person

  • Chelsea Cleveland
    Chelsea Cleveland  4 hours ago

    I knew from a young age that I was a bit different than some, and it has been a hard process working through it, despite having a supportive family. I think for a lot of the community, especially when you are young, its all so confusing and hard, and for pretty well everyone I know in the community, I think a lot of us come to some point where it ways on you pretty heavy.
    Hell, as a adult, I felt... very... off. I am not sure if depressed is the right word, but I definitely felt out of it and wrong and sad. And it took talking to some one to learn what was going on and come to accept another aspect of myself.
    So, here I was, sort of trying not to cry here watching this. Just sort of thinking the help these volunteers can do for people, often in worse places than even myself.

  • Deirdre C
    Deirdre C  5 hours ago

    As a demisexual and bisexual woman this means a lot to me. I called the Trevor Project hotline when I was 14 years old. That was 7 years ago I might not be here without them. I remember calling because several months before my friend Trevor committed suicide several months before and the fact that the project has his name made me feel like I was meant to call.

  • Rachel Carey
    Rachel Carey  5 hours ago

    Thank you for this, Eugene <3

  • Jennifer Price
    Jennifer Price  7 hours ago

    Is Eugene part of the LGBTQ+ community?

  • Leanna Backus
    Leanna Backus  9 hours ago

    The lady Eugene was talking to reminds me of my therapist

  • strawberrychocolette

    I wish I knew about something like this when I was realized I’m bisexual in middle school. The things I heard people saying back then, even though not to me but around me about lesbians/bisexual girls made me feel really gross about myself and dislike that part about myself for being abnormal. As a middle schooler, my view of the world was so limited, it would have meant so much to have an adult tell me that who I am is okay rather than only hearing the mean whispers of my classmates.
    Please make resources like this more readily available for kids younger than high school as well!

  • Ninja BroChick
    Ninja BroChick  10 hours ago

    “She married him”

  • Spidey Boy
    Spidey Boy  10 hours ago +1


  • The King of Morons
    The King of Morons  10 hours ago

    I have only just got into this channel lika an hour ago and I've already called Eugene a cinnamon roll many times

  • Spider Boy
    Spider Boy  11 hours ago +1

    1:22 he doesn’t deserve to live

  • Spider Boy
    Spider Boy  11 hours ago +1

    Being Transgender isn’t heroic.

  • The Jenna Pearl
    The Jenna Pearl  12 hours ago

    Snaps for Eugene! <3 <3 <3 In case you need to hear it: you are valued. You are loved. You are enough. You are already GOOD ENOUGH and always have been. <3

  • Jasmine Keeble
    Jasmine Keeble  17 hours ago +1

    This is such an important campaign and message to spread, especially this time of year. Thank you for focusing on the things that matter

  • Ivy Vitiello
    Ivy Vitiello  18 hours ago +1

    As a trans male... I could have used this in high school. Im sure I wouldnt have been in a hospital or mental hospital if I known about this...

  • Katharina Littleperson
    Katharina Littleperson  20 hours ago +1

    I love you guys and appreciate so much that you're working wih the trevor project. thank you

  • Blenda
    Blenda  21 hours ago

    If you’re a male Iam going to call you he/him if a female she/her stop supporting this nonsense .

  • Clueless Jess
    Clueless Jess  23 hours ago +1

    A few months ago i started doing self harm. At that time, I had discovered that I like females. I live in a country where if you have a same sex relationship, you'd be imprisoned. My parents are Christian and they are a little homophobic. Even my sister said that "If you were lgbt, I would probably hate you forever." Around a month and a half of me doing self harm, a few people noticed the scars, including my cousin and my best friend. I told my cousin that it was nothing and tried to keep my arm away from her sight. Not long after that, it was all debunked by my red cross club leader. She had done it all before and managed to make me feel so loved that I managed to tell my sister about it and stopped for a week. Then, It started again an I started contemplating suicide. But, I somehow stopped because of some talk I had with my online friend. Later, I found out the same cousin that I tried to hide from was also doing self harm because of her current household situation. Honestly, I feel a bit better. Even though my depression isn't going anywhere, I still try to laugh. I try to support said cousin and she's also helping me. I can't really talk to anyone about it, but I can always write down what I felt.