Eugene Volunteers At The Trevor Project

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  • 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, http://www.TrevorSpace.org, 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 https://www.thetrevorproject.org/ Support us! http://www.patreon.com/tryguys. Join our Patreon to get videos a day early, plus, livestreams, chatrooms, BTS footage, exclusive merchandise, and more! SUBSCRIBE TO AND FOLLOW THE TRY GUYS http://www.youtube.com/c/tryguys http://www.facebook.com/tryguys http://www.twitter.com/tryguys https://www.instagram.com/tryguys FOLLOW THE GUYS http://www.Instagram.com/keithhabs http://www.Instagram.com/nedfulmer http://www.Instagram.com/korndiddy http://www.instagram.com/eugeneleeyang http://www.twitter.com/keithhabs http://www.twitter.com/nedfulmer http://www.twitter.com/korndiddy http://www.twitter.com/eugeneleeyang FEATURING Joie A. DeRitis, LMSW Calvin Stowell Kevin Wong THE TRY GUYS The #TryGuys is the flagship channel of 2ND TRY, LLC. Tune in twice a week for shows from Keith, Ned, Zach and Eugene, the creators and stars of The Try Guys. MUSIC Licensed from AudioNetwork Additional Music licensed from Soundstripe SFX Licensed from Audioblocks VIDEO Licensed from Videoblocks Official Try Guys Photos By Mandee Johnson Photography | @mandeephoto 2nd Try, LLC STAFF Executive Producer - Keith Habersberger Executive Producer - Ned Fulmer Executive Producer - Zach Kornfeld Executive Producer - Eugene Lee Yang Producer - Rachel Ann Cole Production Manager - Alexandria Herring Production Coordinator - Emily Corsini Editor - Devlin McCluskey Editor - YB Chang Assistant Editor - Will Witwer Production Assistant - Kasiemobi Udo-okoye Production Assistant - Miles Bonsignore
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  • Kate Lawrence
    Kate Lawrence 5 saat önce

    The Trevor Project is one of the outlets that helps me while I’m stuck in the closet. It means a lot for the Try Guys to show their support for such a wonderful project

  • Zoom Bip
    Zoom Bip 8 saat önce

    Is Eugene gay???

  • r crii
    r crii 20 saat önce

    The sexual references Eugene made. I could not breathe. KSKDKDK.

  • Its GG Gamer
    Its GG Gamer 1 gün önce

    “You love dogs...”
    “That’s true.”
    “But you hate babies...”
    Eugene looks at camera
    “That’s true.”

  • Candice Neumann
    Candice Neumann 1 gün önce

    Omfg! Eugenia! At 8 mins I started bawling. I fucking love you so much. It's so great that you can open up and be so vulnerable and real and help not just LGBTQ kids but all of us!

  • Emma Buccellato
    Emma Buccellato 1 gün önce

    How f***** dare you!!!!!! 😂😂😂 OMG EUGENE

  • Alic Noon
    Alic Noon 2 gün önce

    Anyone else look at the cuts on there arm thinking about there sexuality and bebating on call trevor but to scared to make a call?

    No just me k I will probably try to text them

  • Grace Mladenik
    Grace Mladenik 2 gün önce

    This is such a sweet video!! 💜💜💜

  • Lennon Etter
    Lennon Etter 3 gün önce

    Why would anyone dislike the message they are spreading.

  • Jennie Love
    Jennie Love 3 gün önce

    Thank you Try Guys. I have many friends who struggle with their sexuality being accepted and I feel I don't always have the answers. I very much appreciate this information and will definitely let them know about Trevor. Eugene, thank you.

  • Marie Creek
    Marie Creek 4 gün önce

    I wish something like this had been around when I was a teenager. Growing up asexual and non-binary was confusing and hard, I always felt like I was broken in some way and I didn't have the words or the terminology to explain who I was. Even now I feel like I have to constantly justify how I am the way I am and I lost a huge amount of friends when I needed them in my struggle.

    It may have gotten better for me in adulthood but that isn't always the case, and to see organizations like this is so amazing and encouraging. I can only hope that we get more youth outreach programs for LGBTQ youth and continue to educate people so that hopefully the rate of crisis calls lowers as people feel accepted and validated.

  • NEHA SUDHIR
    NEHA SUDHIR 4 gün önce

    I am a straight person from India. Can I volunteer too?

  • Michelle Seguin
    Michelle Seguin 4 gün önce

    Eugene was so touching. Brought tears.

  • Captain Cat
    Captain Cat 5 gün önce

    Just started using the forum in the description. I love it so much. Thank you guys for making and sharing this video I don’t know where I’d be without The Trevor Project

  • Michaela Langer
    Michaela Langer 5 gün önce

    ❤️

  • IIqueenII W.
    IIqueenII W. 5 gün önce

    So he is not straight?

  • Katherine Hervey
    Katherine Hervey 5 gün önce

    Can you only call if you feel like killing yourself? Or can you call if you have been feeling really down for a while because of your sexuality?

  • Uh Uh
    Uh Uh 6 gün önce

    As a bisexual person, this really made me happy. Thanks, Eugene! ^-^

  • Jo-anna F
    Jo-anna F 6 gün önce

    I myself am not Christian but I grew up my whole like being raised as so and I grew up in a very excepting church that always taught that if something that’s being preached to you is coming from hate and not love then it’s not of god and so if you believe in god then you should never give hate to people because you don’t agree with there ways. The Bible preaches that you should always give love and if you believe that being gay or trans is a sin or is of bad things wouldn’t you think that person maybe needs love and not hate. I find it horrible that people would ever treat someone like how some of the stuff I’m reading says.d

  • Mariah Zeh
    Mariah Zeh 6 gün önce

    I’m rewatching this, waiting to do the Trevor Chat. I was having a rlly bad time bc of parents and I guess finally was looking into having therapy/mental health things.

  • Storm OuO
    Storm OuO 6 gün önce

    Im not crying u r

  • Kat Harris
    Kat Harris 6 gün önce

    Thanks for making this video it's SO important!!!

  • Skyz The Limits PRODUCTIONS

    o my god Eugene🥺 he was gonna cry😭

  • Sadie :o
    Sadie :o 1 hafta önce

    Eugene is officially my spirit animal

  • HonestlyAnna
    HonestlyAnna 1 hafta önce

    I really like a lot of the Try Guy Videos. It's great that you made this video, I just want to say out of deepest respect-- I think that because it's such a serious topic, Eugene shouldn't have cracked so many jokes as he did.

  • Daisy Kopping
    Daisy Kopping 1 hafta önce

    ugh this made me cry

  • Moonlit_Stars
    Moonlit_Stars 1 hafta önce

    I love seeing these because it also makes me feel good because i have Gay/Lesbian, Bisexual, and Pansexual friends and they've all been under a period of suicide, and i've helped them, and it makes me smile knowing i saved peoples lives just by being me. Even though they all traded me for other friends like people on a sports team, i'm still happy i got to help someone. No matter if they hate me or not.

  • Moonlit_Stars
    Moonlit_Stars 1 hafta önce

    Love all the meaningful messages they put at the end, i hope they know it helps so many people in so many ways.

  • Belia Luedke
    Belia Luedke 1 hafta önce

    I liked it. ☺️

  • Shandre Calderone
    Shandre Calderone 1 hafta önce

    This made me cry :( i wish i knew about this when i was younger. I'm going to look up how to volunteer. Maybe I can help someone the way i needed help when i was younger. Thanks for making us aware of this. ❤

  • Lily Daquila
    Lily Daquila 1 hafta önce

    Why isn't this vid getting more views? It's such an important topic and message. Thanks for doing this, Eugene 💜

  • Nicole Muzondo
    Nicole Muzondo 1 hafta önce

    MY BAABBYY EUGENE don’t cry 😢 actually making me cry the tears have exited my eyes now who could have hurt such a sweet child 🥺

  • Lotte de Kraker
    Lotte de Kraker 1 hafta önce

    I have to say, the trevor project is doing absolutely amazing things. Sadly, I don't think there is a LGBT lifeline in The Netherlands. If there is, please let me know. Some of my friends, and me personally, would really appreciate it.

  • Logan Brown
    Logan Brown 1 hafta önce

    It's honestly amazing seeing Eugene vulnerable like that. The self-confident and heavily drinking "leader" of the try guys sharing his insecurities shows that no one is as strong as they may appear, and that it's necessary to talk about your issues with a professional or someone you trust. 10/10 try guys, I almost cried hearing the shake in his voice as he told his story

  • Andi Zwank
    Andi Zwank 1 hafta önce

    💙

  • Trevor Johnson
    Trevor Johnson 1 hafta önce

    My name is Trevor

  • Orchid Dreams
    Orchid Dreams 1 hafta önce

    Highscool kids are evil

  • A Bumblebee Most Likely
    A Bumblebee Most Likely 1 hafta önce

    i like this video because I too am gay and wanna die

  • Barry Benson
    Barry Benson 1 hafta önce

    What is the point of this ? There are young lives who are killed daily in middle eastern country’s in war ! This does nothing.

  • Kenzieisawkward
    Kenzieisawkward 1 hafta önce

    I started chucking up and crying in this video . When I came out as bisexual it was one of the hardest times in my life . I was being bullied in school over it , even the principal and staff would join in making comments and even got expelled for just holding a girls hand in the hallway. I ended up leaving my church after being cornered and beat up in the church bathroom by a bunch of girls . My mom was never homophobic but I would say if biphobia was a word she would be at least at that time. She thought bisexuality didn’t exist and I was going through a phase . My family didn’t accept me and kept pushing me to be straight . This was years ago and in the lgbtq community bisexuality was not that accepted and many gay people that I knew kept saying i wasn’t really bi , I was just gay and afraid to fully come out and lying to myself. I also had chronic depression and anxiety since I was very young so after coming out all the bullying and discrimination just made it worse . I was self harming daily and developed an eating disorder . I reached a point where I did attempt suicide , multiple times throughout the years after coming out. When I hit high school I went to a preforming arts school and found this big loving accepting lgbtq community there and finally started accepting and loving myself for who I was . I stopped hiding . I was open about my sexuality to anyone who asked and never hid being in relationships with girls . As the years went on and the lgbt community and society as a whole started validating bisexuality more and more I starting attending pride events and gatherings . Joined the GSA in my school . And actually started volunteering for the Trevor project at outreach events at their booth when I turned 18. I met so many kids going through what I went through and heard their stories . This organizations saves so many lives . It’s truly amazing. I thank you , Eugene and the try guys for shining the spotlight on the Trevor project and really bringing to attention that even though society has grown a lot this is still an issue that affects so many teens and young adults who are coming to terms with their gender and sexuality . Especially now with everything going on in the political world even I sometimes have started feeling unsafe . I hope that as more time passes society will become more loving and accepting of our community and the fear and shame of being gay, bisexual , trans , lesbian Etc will cease to exist and we can all just be who we are without discrimination .