trevor project hotline

If any of you are sent, or if your friends are sent to conversion therapy,

The Trevor Project hotline: 866-488-7386

Or honestly call 911 or local police and have them direct you to someone who can help.

I’m MIND BLOWN that this type of therapy is even a THING. It’ abuse, torture, unconstitutional, (I could go on).

Another way out: Mandated reporters (teachers, pastors, other community leaders) are required to report abuse.
Please seek help for you or your friends. This is 100 percent not okay.

so cool to see all those edgy third party voters on about their protest votes. anyways i’ve seen almost thirty lgbt+ people i’m friends with talk about feeling like killing themselves is safer than living in a country run by trump

that being said if you’re one of them

1-866-488-7386 is The Trevor Project’s LGBT+ suicide hotline.
they have text and chat services too but both are closed at the moment

Modern AU headcanons from my brain

-John Laurens likes the Teenage Mutant ninja turtles. Like, a lot. He has one of those turtle backpacks.

-You know what John keeps in that backpack of his? Nothing. He just wears it because.

-The Hamil-Crew dresses up as The Avengers for Halloween. HULK-ules MULLIGAN

-Lafayette wears fancy acrylic nails. Like with jewels n shit. That is all.

-Laf also volunteers at the Trevor Project and suicide hotlines. He is a fine man.

-Herc teaches Home Ec. classes at the local YMCA on weekends. He teaches everyone to sew and bake a damn good lasagna.

-Eliza has a popular lifestyle and beauty YouTube channel and blog. Also, she wears a lot of sundresses.

-Peggy teaches self-defense classes. Fight her.

-Alexander and Angelica both graduated at the top of their class. Angelica was valedictorian, tho. Not Alex. Know why? She took ceramics because she wanted to fill her extra time.

-Washington is the principal at a local middle school. He loves his job. It is good.

Feel free to use any of these, as long as you give credit. I have plenty more.

Colton Haynes - Grit - photo edit by Mikail Soavi.

“I’m finally in a position where I can say I’m the happiest I’ve ever been. I’ve accomplished so much with so little and my smile is finally not forced. I’ve taken control of my own life for the first time and won’t ever let anyone silence me or my passions ever again. I’m finally free. I’m successful. I’m independent. but most of all…I’m outspoken.

Don’t be afraid to seek help. There are so many people out there who put their jobs first and their mental health last…and trust me…it will creep up on you. There are so many amazing people out there who can help with anxiety and other mental health issues…please don’t be afraid and know that it gets better.”

National Suicide Hotline: ‪18002738255

The Trevor Project hotline: ‪18664887386

Excerpt from Colton’s article for Paper Magazines’ Outspoken issue.