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It really is heartwarming to see Kevin support this!
And it's true. The message is true. Trevor Project or not, helping those with suicidal thoughts can be as simple as letting them know you're there to talk.
But the Trevor Project IS there to help too, and we're so glad.
If you or anyone you know is having thoughts like these, don't hesitate to call a friend, or, even call the Trevor Project Helpline at 866 4U TREVOR!
Check out Kevin's video above!
We love him.
Longtime supporter of the LGBTQ community, Daniel Radcliffe has partnered with The Trevor Project and Social Vibe to help raise enough money to fund the 5,000 calls that The Trevor Lifeline receives.
In the PSA (above), DanRad vows to raise awareness of the cause after being "heartbroken" over the recent teen gay suicides.
This is SUCH a great cause.
Check out the video (above) of Josh Duhamel speaking out against bullying during an interview at a Trevor Project benefit.
Duhamel's been a source of drama lately with his inappropriate airplane-related behavior, so he was probs happy to get an opportunity to "change the subject."
We appreciate him taking the time out to speak up about this important topic, but admittedly out of all the videos we've seen, we wouldn't say this is the most heartfelt one out there.
As far as Duhamel's comments about blackberry dramz on the airplane are concerned…we just hope he's learned his lesson and he'll behave better on airplanes
and in general in the future!
This means quite a bit, coming from him!
Daniel Radcliffe, who has long been an avid supporter of LGTB rights, is the latest to speak out against in response to the recent string of gay teens committing suicides, and is begging confused and troubled young people to reach out to someone before it's too late!
He says in a statement:
"Learning about the suicide deaths of Tyler Clementi, Seth Walsh, Asher Brown, Billy Lucas and Justin Aaberg has been heartbreaking for me. These young people were bullied and tormented by people that should have been their friends. We have a responsibility to be better to each other, and accept each others' differences regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ability, or religion and stand up for someone when they're bullied. When a friend is feeling depressed or says they're thinking of killing themselves, we must take it seriously and get them help. My deepest sympathies go out to the families and friends of these excellent young people. And to all the young people who are being bullied right now, you are not alone. Call the Trevor Lifeline at 866 4-U-TREVOR, because there's always someone there who will listen and who can help."
Click (above) to watch a clip of the actor discussing his involvement with the Trevor Project, which is an AMAZING resource if you're confused about your feelings and don't know where to turn!
Thanks for the words, bb! Such an inspiring young man!
It gets better!!! Please don't forget that!
What a stand up guy!!
We applaud the young Brit for taking a stand and speaking out on behalf of such a wonderful cause!