Yuba City, Trevor discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression
According to the Trevor project young people who are lesbian, gay or bisexual are almost five times as likely to have attempted suicide compared to young people who are heterosexual. Some people are just going to say, you wanna know what your rights or you wanna know what I cannot find a path through this. But I think the people who do end up surviving have to acquire skills along the way. That is a thing. The press loves to write articles about the death of gay culture or the death of the gayborhood or or things like that about how things are going to become so inclusive that we're not going to need gay culture anymore, and that's preposterous because like, you know, gay culture are set of tools that we figured out over time in very hostile situations to lake manager life in a world. That's not built for us, and is never going to be built for us like it can be more inclusive, but we'll still be a tiny minority of the population. Just ahead guy leaves Yuba city, and though he gains more access to cappuccino and foreign cinema. Not all his problems get solved right away. The hilarious world of depression is supported by health partners. And by make it, okay dot org. Make it okay. As a campaign to start conversations and stop the stigma surrounding mental illnesses, not just depression. But all kinds of mental illnesses. We have some laughs on this show. It's a way of dealing with depression. Maybe demystifying depression a little bit making not so scary. But let's not kid ourselves. It's a serious illness. The good news is that people can and do recover the get help. And that's why we need to make it okay to talk openly could be an awkward conversation, but make it. Okay. Dot org is full of information..