“I find it incredibly frustrating that people are still being brought up in ways that encourage homophobia and allow it to affect the lives of millions of people across the country and the world. Finding out about Trevor Project through friends at that time just seemed perfect. I wanted to be of service and help, and I’m just incredibly proud that I’m able to.”—In a recent interview with The Advocate, Daniel Radcliffe speaks about his work with the Trevor Project and what it was like playing Allen Ginsberg. More.
If you have ever taken a razor blade to that beautiful body of yours, skipped one or more meals, cried yourself to sleep because you never thought you were good enough, attempted any sort of self harm, had thoughts of taking your own life, or actually tried it, HONESTLY reblog this.
It's crazy to think that in this very second right now. Someone's dying. Someone's cheating on their wife. Someone's writing a suicide note. Someone just lost their daughter. Someone just got diagnosed with cancer. Someone just got in a car accident. Someone's pregnant. Someone did cocaine for the first time. Someone just got raped. Someone took another person's life. Someone hasn't talked to their dad in years. Someone's abusing their spouse. Someone's signing divorce papers. Someone killed themselves. Right there. In that very second, all of that happened somewhere out there in the world.