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Catch up on @mtvfakingit before tomorrow's episode on http://mtv.com ! We have a small cameo :) pic.twitter.com/uHkbzunSLn
Hey Trevor fans, we need 10 minutes of your time! We want to improve our communication with you, so we'd love if you could take this short survey to give us feedback.
We've gone green for Children's #MentalHealth Awareness Day! Because everyone should be able to reach out for help and be helped.
If you're in #LosAngeles on May 31, get tickets for NextGen LA's prom! http://bit.ly/1fqc3Bx It's going to be great!
On @mtvfakingit, Shane announces that all proceeds from the Homecoming Out dance will benefit The Trevor Project!
If you have a friend in need, letting them know about RAINN is a good way to start helping them. Their National Sexual Assault Hotline is 1-800-656-HOPE
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