They are the creators of the 1994 Academy Award-winning short film Trevor, a dramedy about Trevor, a gay thirteen-year-old boy who, when rejected by friends because of his sexuality, makes an attempt to take his life.When the film was scheduled to air on HBO television in 1998, the filmmakers realized that some of the program's young viewers might be facing the same kind of crisis as Trevor, and began to search for a support line to be broadcast during the airing.I have met a few who used to be, including myself, and have gotten over it.Everyone I have met has given out positive stories, encouragement, and has been very kind.It is simply a safe website to get to know people who have been through things other LGBTQ/PFLAG can relate to.
It aims to create a safe, comfortable, and nurturing environment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Ally, Asexual, Pansexual, Polyamorous, Two-Spirited, and additional gender and sexual minority (LGBTQQIAAPP2S*, or queer) individuals.
The Trevor Project is an American non-profit organization founded in 1998 focused on suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning and other queer (LGBTQ ) youth.
Through a toll-free telephone number, it operates "The Trevor Lifeline", a confidential service that offers trained counselors.
“Friends who I polled on this gave me examples where it seems that the most common physical appearance statements are made about height (mostly noting how tall they are, but sometimes adding “no short girls”), and often what their hair currently looks as if it isn’t represented in their photos.
On both Tinder and HER, women are more likely to write that they want “feminine women only,” some going as far to say “no manly women,” echoing the sentiments of the Tweet at the top of this article.“We only have two filters at the moment: age and distance,” Robyn said.