This year’s Pride celebrates the power of LGBTQ young people as a community. LGBTQ young people are making change through friend groups, chosen family, organizations, and alliances — showing up and advocating for each other. Whether in person or online, when we’re connected, we’re stronger.
Here’s what Trevor’s been up to during Pride: check out our blogs and partner content.
The Trevor Project acknowledges that every LGBTQ young person’s situation and environment is different. We want to share some tips to help LGBTQ youth navigate personal safety while channeling their energy into meaningful action online or in person.
Over 145,000 LGBTQ folks and allies came out to last year’s Pride Parade in Los Angeles! The Trevor Project is returning to join the parade and show our support for LGBTQ young people. Supporters of The Trevor Project are invited to join us and cheer on the procession on Sunday, June 11. The parade route will be on Hollywood Blvd, Highland Ave, and Cahuenga Blvd. Adjacent to the Parade route will be Pride Village, a free street fair featuring food, activities, live performances and more. If you can’t be with us in person, be sure to watch the parade live…
The NYC Pride March has a long legacy of celebration and activism, starting with the first Pride March in 1970 one year after the Stonewall Uprising. This year, The Trevor Project is returning to join the march and show our support for LGBTQ young people. Supporters of The Trevor Project are invited to join us and cheer on the procession on Sunday, June 25. Alongside the parade will also be PrideFest, an annual street fair in Greenwich Village featuring food, activities, live performances, and more. Find Out More: https://www.nycpride.org/
The Trevor Project's research estimates that at least one LGBTQ young person between the ages of 13 and 24 attempts suicide every 45 seconds in the U.S. Currently, about 45% of the youth we serve across our crisis services are youth of color, and we know from our 2022 National Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health that many LGBTQ young people of color would benefit from increased access to culturally competent mental health support. Trevor centers intersectionality in our work by designing our programs for the many identities that make up the fabric of our community. We use our research to advance visibility, provide…
Women’s History Month is dedicated to celebrating the trailblazers who have changed the world, and reminding everyone that women and gender-expansive people deserve to be seen, heard, and loved. Still, Women’s History Month simply doesn’t acknowledge trans women like it should. We’re much more used to seeing celebrations of girl-bosses like Susan B. Anthony or Hillary Clinton, but women like Sylvia Rivera, Chelsea Manning, Marsha P. Johnson, Zaya Wade, and Chrstine Jorgensen aren’t given the same spotlight. And even though it has become more common to see trans people prominent in popular culture, they are rare examples of people breaking…
For LGBTQ young people, having an affirming community makes all the difference. Community is wherever you feel connected — that’s when we’re strongest. That’s the power of us. Our Trevor community shows up for each other, even in the face of incredible challenges. That’s why we’re excited to invite you to join another virtual fundraising challenge this Pride — so we can continue to show up for LGBTQ young people. We’re asking our community to commit to logging 52 miles — however it feels best to move — all in effort of supporting our mission to end suicide among LGBTQ…
We can start with one definition: intersectionality is the way in which individuals are empowered and oppressed by the intricate ways in which parts of their identities connect. Every single person is unique; a person’s identity isn’t just made up of their race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion, class, ability, nationality, or even location in the world, but the combination of these things and more. Think of it as a gemstone that has many sides each appearing as you rotate it in your hand. Every single side you see reveals different angles of the stone’s face, but they all connect, creating…
This year, we are proud to celebrate our thirteenth year of partnership with our friends at Abercrombie & Fitch, a brand that has made a point of celebrating Pride and honoring the LGBTQ community all year long. Abercrombie’s new gender-inclusive Pride collection, which was inspired by our year-long partnership, was designed to celebrate the joy and resilience of the LGBTQ community. Available online all year long, the collection is yet another example of how Abercrombie invites their customers to celebrate the LGBTQ community 24/7, 365. To date, Abercrombie & Fitch Co., has partnered with its customers to raise more than…
Featured Pride Product Partners
Abercrombie & Fitch
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. Pride 2023
Abercrombie’s new gender-inclusive Pride collection, which was inspired by our multi-year long partnership, was designed to celebrate the joy and resilience of the LGBTQ community.
For every Pride Shave Set purchased, Harry’s donates $5 to The Trevor Project to provide LGBTQ youth with continued access to mental health resources while supplies last:
– Features a poem written just for the set: Repeat After Me by the poet and writer Saeed Jones
– Comes with a limited-edition iridescent Craft Handle, a colorway unique to this partnership
– Includes Foaming Shave Gel, 3 German-engineered blade cartridges, a travel blade cover, and card featuring the poem written by Saeed Jones
Nautica’s Pride Collection is a colorful twist on their iconic pieces, featuring Pride-inspired swim, rainbow-accented polos, vibrant graphic tees, accessories, and more.
Through June 30, 50% of the purchase price from the Pride Collection on Nautica.com will be donated to The Trevor Project. Nautica and sister brands Aeropostale, Forever 21, and Lucky Brand have collectively committed to donating a minimum of $300,000 to The Trevor Project this summer.