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Meet Parker

BY: Trevor News

“Pride in action means I have a chance to make a dent in this world. And even if it means I can change the world for just one person and make one kid’s life better, it means the world to me.”

– Parker (they/them)

Growing up in Wisconsin, Parker had to come out twice: first as bisexual, then as nonbinary. They found that knowledge from resources like The Trevor Project was power, and so Parker wanted to use their expertise in user experience to make a difference for other LGBTQ+ young people as well. Parker developed Q Guide, an LGBTQ+ app providing educational resources for parents and allies. Parker says that seeing a review from one parent whose son’s coming out was made easier by the app was enough to feel pride in the action they took.

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