The Trevor Project’s Largest National Survey on LGBTQ+ Youth Mental Health

This month, LGBTQ+ suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization The Trevor Project released their annual survey results incorporating data from 34,808 respondents aged 13 to 24 years old—their largest number to date. The statistics behind these human lives are startling: LGBTQ+ youth who experienced discrimination were twice as likely to attempt suicide, for example. The study—and their annual Live event, where we were the guest of their hotel partner, Kimpton—offers a call to action, with a specific mission to end conversion therapy (42% of LGBTQ+ youth who attend attempt suicide, according to the data). Read more startling results from this landmark study at The Trevor Project.