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Last-Minute Holiday Gifts That Support LGBTQ Youth

BY: Kinzi Sparks
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Grab gifts for everyone on your list while supporting The Trevor Project! Each of these amazing partner brands is donating a portion of their proceeds to support our mission of saving young LGBTQ lives.

RompHim

Pride Collection

The RompHim Pride collection is the perfect way to show your pride and support Trevor’s programs while having a bit of romping good fun.

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Sock Problems

Rainbow Pow

Sock Problems brings us these lovable rainbows that “Sock Hate!” Every purchase of Rainbow Pow doesn’t simply support your feet; it supports The Trevor Project as 25% of Rainbow Pow sales are donated back to our organization.

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Rumpl

Pride Puffy Blanket

Whether indoors or outside, the Puffy blanket is designed to provide optimal warmth in any environment. Not only does this amazing blanket resist water, dirt, odor, pet hair, and other debris, but $5 from each blanket helps support Trevor’s life-saving programs!

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The bill would prohibit doctors from providing best-practice medical care to transgender and nonbinary youth January 31, 2023 — The Trevor Project, the leading suicide prevention organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people, expressed opposition to a bill introduced in the Tennessee House of Representatives, HB1, which would ban doctors from providing best-practice medical care to transgender and nonbinary youth. “Doctors — not politicians — should be in charge of making medical decisions,” said Kasey Suffredini (he/him), Vice President of Advocacy and Government Affairs at The Trevor Project. “Doctors should be allowed to follow the…