21 Burst results for "Lgbtq Youth"

Carl Nassib Becomes First Active NFL Player to Come Out as Gay

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Carl Nassib Becomes First Active NFL Player to Come Out as Gay

"Las Vegas raiders defensive end Carl Nassib was matter of fact when he went on Instagram Monday pointed to a quick moment to say that I'm gay I've been meaning to do this for a while now but I finally feel comfortable enough to get it off my chest Nassib who played collegiately at Penn state we'll start his sixth NFL season in the fall his second year with the raiders he also said he hopes such announcements won't be needed in the future actually hopefully one day videos like this and all coming out process or just not necessary NASA says he is donating one hundred thousand dollars to the Trevor project a nonprofit that seeks to prevent suicide among LGBTQ youth I'm timid wire

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 6 months ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on KQED Radio

"People were allowed to be open and serve. And then, when the band went into place, you got a second class of people who came out too late. And now had to go back into the closet. Transgender service members have been on a complete roller coaster ride over the past five years. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Brief Ram isn't vice president of Sparta, a transgender military advocacy group. Group advice on the Obama change, supported members through the Trump repeal and is helping the Biden White House lift restrictions. Under the Obama policy. Transgender service members could access care following a diagnosis of gender dysphoria the medical term for when a person's gender identity differs from their sex at birth. 1600 service members were covered under this policy. The Defense Department does not keep statistics on its transgender population. But independent estimates count between 5 to 15,000, currently serving out of about two million total active duty and reserve forces. They're just in a situation where they have to dedicate energy toe hiding themselves. And that's energy that could otherwise we used to go towards mission effectiveness. Some opponents say trans members shouldn't be part of the mission at all. Retired Army Lieutenant General Thomas Four, is the director of the Conservative Heritage Foundation's Center for National Defense. He pointed to high rates of severe anxiety and suicide among people diagnosed with gender dysphoria. Frankly, the military's very discriminatory in its entrance criterion. So if you have asthma, if you have severe depression, you can't join the military. Not allowing someone with gender dysphoria to not enter the military is the same type of thing. But numerous studies show the Depression among people with gender dysphoria is linked to society's treatment of them, including discrimination, family rejection and lack of access to gender affirming healthcare. In fact, the impact the Trump van had on the mental health of trans people extended beyond the military. The Trevor project, an organization supporting LGBTQ Youth, said calls to its crisis line more than doubled following Trump's 2017 tweet. Meet. Paley is.

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

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The Trevor Project's CEO Amit Paley talks LGBTQ challenges today

Here & Now

02:55 min | 2 years ago

The Trevor Project's CEO Amit Paley talks LGBTQ challenges today

"Let's first start with the positive here. The all of the things that have happened since stonewall for the better for LGBT LGBTQ people. What do you think are some of the biggest hurdles that LGBTQ people have overcome since stonewall? There've been a number of advances for LGBTQ people both on the, the legal and rights front as well as the cultural front more Americans now say that they know someone who is LGBTQ than ever before. We see representations of LGBTQ people in the media and, and in political rally. They're also have been a number of advances on the on the legal front, that gay and lesbian, bisexual people have the right to marry someone of the same gender. There have been changes in laws around discrimination, that have helped people on the state level in particular, and so that there have been growing writes, even as we know there's still a lot of challenges in a lot of work so left to do well in, let's talk about some of the challenges, and especially the ones that your organization, the Trevor project focuses on, which is with LGBTQ youth, and specifically suicide will tell us about the problem. First of all. Well, LGBTQ young people are, are more than four times more likely to attempt suicide than their peers. We just did a national survey on LGBTQ youth mental health, which found that thirty nine percent of LGBTQ youth, have seriously considered attempting suicide in the past twelve months, and that that amount is even higher for transgender non binary youth. And why do you think that is there, there are a number of different reasons why that's the case? But some of the reasons are the, the rejection and the discrimination, and hateful rhetoric that a lot of LGBTQ young people face every day both in their community. Sometimes that's from their family or in their schools or their faith communities. There's also, especially in the past few years been increasing heedful rhetoric happening from the highest levels of the of the US government and political figures that ends up having an effect because words, really, do not are, especially with young people will, let's listen to one person one young person named rain. Grayson. Who spoke recently about how the Trevor project helped when suicide was being considered I chose to reach out to the Trevor project through chat, instead of the phone because I couldn't stand the sound of my own voice, and I thought hearing it might drive me straight off the yellow ledge. When someone responded, I didn't let on that I was about to kill myself, but I told them that I felt alone I logged off fairly quickly, but not before I was told I wasn't alone, which might sound like a cliche, until you really do feel like there's no one that rain Grayson is transgender.

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"You know, of course. So it's a manageable disease. Now, if you have health insurance afford to pay for it because medicine is not fucking cheap. No, not at all. Not a reason to be fucking willy nilly about your Willie. No, but you know what I'm saying? Like you have to be safe and careful because you don't know where the future of America and especially when you're young, the sexual education is we've discussed it before practically nonexistent for anyone, much less LGBTQ people much less transpeople. Yeah, it's. It's legit in school, the school's practically. So I guess I don't want to say is I'm I'm happy to substitute a class. I'm perfectly willing to talk about my dumpster dives. Let me tell you something. You and I teach a sex Ed class would be the funnest sex Ed class of all time. It would be, you know what it would. We would get rest. It would be a carpool lane to prison for us. It would be a fast track to president. Do you know my high school almost adopted the most progressive sex Ed. Book and curriculum in all of Texas and the PTA got shut down. Guess who side I'm on PTA. You bet. Guys, it's Bryan Safi. I'm gonna be real for a second. I get stressed out pretty easily and I have. All the time you did. It takes nothing to trigger the old back. So why do you really have have you had trouble sleeping on this trip? Always, that's just like a constant. Wondered the streets of London. That's right. The only thing truly the only thing that works for me is meditation. There's a new app. You can try if you're having trouble sleeping. If you are stressed out, breathing's like the number one thing you can do for that column is the number one apper sleep, meditation, and relaxation..

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Exactly. They're fucking dumb friends. So what this really does in what the other author of this studies that her name is Laremy Smith. Our findings highlight the need for accepting LGBTQ teens, a stigma plays a role in elevating their substance use risk or prevents them from needing help to speak up. And I think that's true. I think I think you turn to, would you really hate who you are or you feel like the world hates who you are, you. Do anything you can do escape that he just you're not safe anywhere. In some cases, you're not safe at home. You're not safe at school. There's not a minute where you can be yourself in escape. And so I do understand this also love the name Laramie I would've named my. I'm not joking. I didn't make gender Laremy because it didn't say whether they're me, but what pronoun Laremy prefers so, but Laremy is a great. I'm just saying for me, I love the name Laremy I would name a son daughter or whatever gender might might child decides if I were alarming to, you know what I would make people call me me me Laremy. No, just me for short. What's that me? Yeah, I like it. Hey, me, it's fun if I had a name, I would want my name to be tracheotomy, but I won't be able to just call me trait because I think tracks are cool name, but it doesn't make sense. This autozone trick is a little bit a little bit of a Palin name. I think. Wasn't she in that vein? What about a Trixie army people call me trick. Just be Trixie and track, but tricky up. Good name. I like that name night trip. What's up trick? Yeah. It's like in the nineties there will be like insulting, but I think I want to reproach create for it's like, no, I'm not a slut. Okay. You're right. I'm an independent lady who knows what she wants sexually and that's to come Reina dumpster. Just like bronze off. I think I've ever gonna forget that you're wrong. Okay, so I'm not crazy. I like to come into overall, but shocking even with this language is risky. Sexual behavior among youth has has gone down. Oh, really? Yes. So it it was at forty, seven point, eight percent in two thousand seven. Now I don't. This was a poll about whether these students had ever like teenage students that ever had sex. It was forty, seven point, eight percent in two thousand seven. It's now thirty nine point five percent. Excuse me in twenty seven point. Like this. This is a new. This is a fun way to do time in twenty twenty seven point teen a nine point. Seven. Okay. There's a lot of numbers in this year today, and no one can blame you for stumbling because there's too many numbers five, six, seven, eight and twenty seventeen nine point. Seven percent of students had four more sexual partners that's down from fourteen point, nine percent a decade ago. So it is an unusual. The numbers are falling there, but they are not for l. g. q. students, really? Yes. So a lower percentage of students engage who do engage in sex or using condoms, which is unfortunate. Only fifty three point. Eight percent of those polled said they had used a condom when they last had sex compared to sixty. One point, five percent Jellison seven. This might be a, we don't teach about the eighth deputy in schools. That's right. And because it is HIV is now seen as a very because it is a manageable disease. If you are on treatment, and if you are seeing, you know if you have a regular appointments with the doctor and also what is what is not done. This is what I'll say. I think that it is difficult in America now to die from aids unless you're not being treated. But that's the problem because like some tricky shit. So the Trump administration has already trying to do this stuff about gender and passport renewals if you're trans. Okay. So what's going to start happening once or probably already has started happening is the Trump administration and Jeff Sessions, and all the fucking homophobes in government are going to start carving. Out what can be covered under the ACA and start doing this there. There are ways for the government to not treat HIV. They can discriminate medically using government and they will try to do that..

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"It's true. It's only take, especially when you're that age, you know exactly who in your school, you need to go to get something like that. And that person goes her cousin, and that person goes to the Mary Kay or Avon, Zack were how they used to sell Tupperware. Yes, Tupperware party. Exactly. Yeah. So six point, six percent of LGBTQ teens admitted to using heroin compared to one point, three percent of young straight people and twelve point. Twelve point. Three percent of LGBTQ said they would use hallucinogens while only five point five percent of straights that they would other results included. Eight point, six percent of young l. j. b. q. people saying they'd tried math compared to two. Point, one percent of heterosexuals and nearly fifteen percent said they would use ecstasy and cocaine is this all escape ING. The pressures of being not accepted by their communities? I think so. And also, yeah, I think it's used as an escape to feel good and to feel that you're something other than yourself, but are you doing? Why are you doing that Erin, taking a video of what? Is that? What's a microphone I ripped apart or it's a foam. Maybe there was foul on there was a piece of it up, but I think it used to be a microphone. I didn't rip up microphone. There was a piece of foam from a microphone holder or case there, so I ripped. And so you did what normal people would do and you tore it to pieces like Herat. I have to keep my hands busy. You know what? I'm not maximum anger knitting. I just go rhino. That's why I've been telling you, you need to get like those little symbols for your hands by a believe me. I do all day and night, but then I can't compete with the tap dancing, the. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So do you know which neighbor? Jessica? Exactly. You know their name and who what they are, who they look like all that stuff. I certainly do Lucille mcgillicuddy. She lives at eight, two, three, eight, seven, six, nine, eight, three Mojo and smile as Dr. Los angeles. Kaffa -fornia because caffeine noble. No, her cats Oh, all the tap. Jim. jim. Yeah, yeah. Now is so as a woman. No, it's not. No interesting. But yeah, I applaud them. Do I wish it were a piano? Sure. Am I glad it's not a trombone? Yes. So SDS you listen to ten AM with calendar. People Trump lessons l. at once SCSU San Diego State University School of public health associate research professor and co author at the study whose name is John Eyre said. What he said, what's his name? John airs I got. Untarred air said Ono, but I did say John air said that there had been some indications that LGBTQ teens faced increase substance use risk. But this study shows for the first time that the problem goes far beyond alcohol and tobacco and includes the hardest and most dangerous drugs. Obviously, I think unfortunately in America, when people get any heart statistics on drug use by any group, they use it to criminalise and they believed that the solution is. I, you know, to put them behind bars or two. Blame them blame the drug users instead of maybe this -ocial stigma or the economics, or you know what I mean, helping them with whatever reason they're turning drugs in the first place. Exactly. And also, I mean, I mean, we know that this is the race problem that goes into our criminals disseminate and in the prison system of just criminalizing people who are doing what they can't survive because the countries in helping them any other way, not only their country, but sometimes their parents, family schools..

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Okay. Corbin. Bernsen. I don't know if that is core. He was on LA law. Okay. I never saw it. Was he handsome? Yeah, it sounds like major only. Oh, absolutely. Okay. John Schneider, I don't know who that is. Don't either Steve Gutenberg come on Greer grammer whose Kelsey grammer daughter. Cool, Joey. Lawrence. Okay. Jamie Kennedy. What I know. I know I can't tell if this is a thing that he knew the soprano. Wow, Jamie Kennedy is. I mean, if you haven't seen Malibu's most wanted his classic it's most woke doing to the World. Classic. The film is produced by Martin Luther King's conservative niece Alva taking, okay. Who am I guess in the film MLK himself is falsely depicted as a pro-lifer. Got so both sounds like it's a four quadrant movie. Milo is playing an abortion doctor who is an Anglo juice. Honestly, I can't wait. Oh, it's gonna be, you know, he's gonna go full in vaudeville God. He, his description is an Anglo Jew from India with an unusual habit of an awkward giggle at the end of every sentence. What specific goals are not a character description? Yes, not a personality, honestly. Does sound like an interesting character though. Once seen reportedly I guess one scene in Wednesday and he coldly performance thirty two abortions and five hours before bragging about his officiency and. Profitability. So here's the deal casting directors were kept from some of the cast, and a lot of them dropped out because of several graphic scenes depicting aborted fetuses. A lot of people dropped out also according to the woman who sent me the script. They purposely hired a bunch of below the line and below the line for people who don't know above the liner, your directors, your stars, anybody who's getting sushi for lunch. So writers? Yeah, below the line are the gaffer's the best boy, the people who are doing the heavy lifting will her making the fucking movie. Happy happened. The people who are actually doing the work, a lot of them. They hired a ton of women as some sort of safeguard against criticism when this came out, I don't know if they were expecting us to come out as fast as it did because they were trying. Also a lot of the locations dropped out. And apparently there was a there was a synagogue they were using for their craft services in New Orleans day, found out about it and they pulled their location. The other thing is that. Okay. So both the director and assistant director quit on the first day, which is, why did they not read the script? Like how do you sign on for this to be? How does it director sign on for this to begin with? I don't know. That's crazy. I don't know. Also the costumer location manager and several other crew. Remembers members quit the project also lost these actors, Stephen Baldwin, and Kevin Sorbo to massive conservative, right? So you ended by this. So if they're dropping out this movie must be fucking garbage. So the wall dumpster com. Yeah, Bryan Safi deaths come. That's why I'm going to see it quality anyway. The fact that this even got made in the first place and effect, I guess that they're still they're still filming because they have some guy with deep pockets who raised millions of dollars who's going to make this happen. The, I guess it's supposed to come out in January and it's going to open a thousand theaters. Congratulations. So congratulations movie isn't easy. It isn't easy and and anyone can do it even supremely evil assholes. Yes..

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Okay. So the Daily Beast also got a copy of the script which they described some of the scenes. One of them is while the overall theory is that it is that the reproductive rights movement is an elaborate racist conspiracy theory of the scene features. Margaret Sanger who is one of the founders of Planned Parenthood speaking to an abortion rights, activist Lawrence, Lodder before she's about to die. So it's a deathbed scene. Her final words are. We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the negro population. Larry, Larry, they can't see this coming. Wait. Sorry, severe whole theory is that is that is that a pro-abortion people? I, it's a raises a whole thing. So one of the craziest things I don't think that's no. That's still happens. A lot of conservative Christians will rally against abortion clinics in. Black neighborhoods because they say that it's a racist theory plot to kill babies to to prevent black black people from. That's absolutely crazy. I know. So they also said, okay, so the film is also super antisemitic. The leaders and the villains are better ready for the hand, who's depicted as a shady who who her? And this guy Lodder are depicted as shady cabal of rich lefty. Jews who meet an exotic locations like Sind Croix and the Russian tea room, exotic locations like the Russian tea room, wow. To boast about the money. They're raking in through. Over Dachary or pastrami sandwiches pretty decadent. Right now, I have to say whatever ate a sandwich. I never paid less than five hundred dollars for ever ever ever at one point Lauder claims, we control the media. They write what ever we tell them. That's right. Betty for Dan and all of them in the media. They're controlled it all back in the day. That's why we have the area today because they control the media. That's right. That's why we live in a matriarch gay. The film ends with the famous center for medical progress, which is a fake name for religious terrorists who went into the Planned Parenthood and did that like sting video right there like lie. That's the end of the movie cool movies ally. So here's who's making it Nick Loeb, who you might know as the guy who sued so fever Gara for their embryos. Do you remember this? Yes, that's who's that's who's making this film. I guess he also I didn't know what a catch. I mean, she really, she really fucked it. You know, he's like a air to the financial giant lobe and Lehman. Yeah, I didn't know that by knows brother really wear ear, ear ear, Lehman, no ear lobe. Oh, I get it air Lehman. Yeah, so confident on it. And he was also on Rudy Giuliani's two thousand eight presidential campaign also worked on that. So now I'm nothing surprised really missed out. I feel sad for her. Here's something else that cut found. He also founded something called the crunchy condiment company which God I thought you were gonna say condom, but condom, it's even crunchy condiment. What been is that they make a fried onion topping called onion crunch, not gonna lie. It sounds. I wonder if it's what they put on all these polka polka bulls here, maybe if that's the truth on the wrong side of history. No, thank you. That's right. No, thank you. Sweet fin. Yeah, she the other person who's involved in this is a woman named Cathy Allen who appears to be a writer producer who also reduces another name called Cathy beckerman. Who knows anyway, I love and alter-ego. She produced a bunch of independent horri-. I five films which she's. Also doing with this project. Great. So here's who's in the film. Stacey dash Shurmur. No shock who's gonna play Milford Jefferson. Who handled the found in the national right to life committee..

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Unarmed. Not spanking. Now, this is a secret I've been keeping from you. Oh, boy. I'm really sorry. Okay. So a Cup, like maybe this will now be two months, but for the sake of today, it was a month ago. You're pregnant. Okay. And it's yours. I stole your sperm from your trash can. I, you know, I do Turkey based on me. Lots of come. I were onto it up, stir not a trash can. No, no, no. A public. I was so hard for you. I'm sure hard for your deck is when the dumpsters are locked you with us. Sales alot, how long I'll just take this little this little lever off. No, bitch, it's locked. It's locked. You stick your dick and your and your meat. Meat's meat is not getting inside of their Chisholm meat sauce. Sorry. Yes. I mentioned. True. Aaron and I are exhausted. I have to be honest with you. This is the second episode we're recording today and we are. We're really, we're really are worse. I love it. Okay. So a month ago, listener sent me of top secret script o of an of a pro of an anti choice Roe versus Wade movie currently being shot in Louisiana. I don't know how she got the script and I'm not going to bet it's brilliant. Oh, see. So I had not had a chance to sit in sit down and read it because my book feminist they've been working on that. So thankfully, the cut also got the script and did a like a breakdown of it. Now there's so many shocking things in this and so many not shocking things. I'm going to go over all of them. So it's in production. That means for anyone who doesn't live in LA with that means the cameras are on the actors. Are there ninety is there. I've minutes told places or that's more theater, but I'm trying to say as the film business as a business, you have to have an agent. You have to have a manager. You have to negotiate your salary is Doggy Dogg advocate when they knock on. Trailer you have to come in. If you're knocking on the makeup trailer, you have to say, stepping in if you need to p, you say ten one, those are the world's production. That's what Aaron means. Do you know why they have to say they're stepping in? We're for makeup because they're doing mascara or some or eyeliner. They're going to poke your goddamn eyeball with their with their steps. Isn't that funny? I think that I- injuries are the most hilarious thing all the history of comedy. So the movie, I don't know. I think it's it's untitled. They had to do a lot of shady shit because they didn't want people to know what the movie was about. It is a pro-life Roe v Wade movie that includes graphic scenes of bet buckets of baby fetuses. There's a lot of scenes that you're just like, oh, y'all went too far in a direction that is so inaccurate, right? With cameos guess who are the cameos in this movie stars at this movie? Just can't go there stars to. Okay. These are conservative cameos. So who like the boat, Eric, the youngest conservatives that you can think of like Cameron the hippest Cameron? Candace Cameron? No. Sorry, they're just pundits. They're not really. They're not really. Oh, oh, like a Tommy Laron. Yes. And. Your boy, my Milo Yannopoulos God. I'll tell you that is a will and grace. I'm not dying to say. Tommy and Milo according to the Hollywood reporter, it's going to chronicle the nine hundred seventy three supreme court decision that guaranteed a woman's right to an abortion while featuring a pro-life tilt which is according to this cut article and understatement. They, okay, the film's crown. Crowdfunding page. Said Rovers is Wade is the untold story of how people lied how the media lied and how the courts were manipulated to pass a law that is sits killed over sixty million Americans. I'm not gonna lie. I'm sort of looking forward to. I made it sound like great made because I'm going to start. We're going to have fucking, we're gonna have drinking games. We're going to have parties. Your problem is that then you have to see it, then you have to pay to see, no, you read it bootleg during the prohibition they did. They may Jin writing about tub, take a car and they would drive it across Lake, Michigan. Yeah, right to Canada. Yeah, right over the water. Lake, michigan..

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"That's like stages, epic shit, you're shit. Oh, God. Damn again, has anyone ever said anything like like right when they're about Texas weekend, Aaron, you don't even know how badly I wish I did. Actually, that's not even true. Do I want? That's a good question. I wanna have sex right now. I did not have sex this weekend, but I love sex, but you're just you're just horny. Notting. There's nothing wrong with sex to say. There's nothing wrong. There's nothing wrong with sucks. Yeah. Do you have a partner of any kind? No. Okay. No, I do. I do like. I did. You approve of sex? Yes, I'm England. I love this new world. We're in. But I feel like millennial, I'd market ass cold. You're on the Air Jordan, but I think millennials are retired. This is she's true. Yeah. Sorry, doing Sean group yet. She's doing Tai Chi. I do feel like millennials seem less interested in the sex, and maybe that's just the image I get like they're interested in pretending they're sexual on Instagram, but then not really being sexual interrelation may seek your jury green. I'm in green because I now so no people who they talk a lot about it don't do a lot about it. I'm like, we got a switch it up. Stop watching TV and start. I say, Bill, they're all recently definitely with apps where the talk, the talk egg, hot, southwestern egg rolls. Exactly. Just like a delicious Turkey. Meatballs slider. Yeah, I love it. Barada and peaches. Josephson basaltic just something I will say with this generation, there's something about asparagus wrapped in pursuit. The just it's changed the game. It's so different. No, but I will say on apps like talk is like so hot now that when you meet someone in person, they're just like, hi, remember me. And you're like, yeah, just five seconds ago. You said you wanna stick. Your homie is hard to should king. Oh my God. So we did this show. This was now would have been weeks ago, but we didn't know me show couples therapy. Yes. And remember what that woman said about the film. She said the thumb was the best that you you don't need a dick because you've got a handful of them. That's right. Dick finger dick dick something she called the very funny. Yeah. And then she said the most pleasurable finger to put it a hole as the thumb. Why disagreed by the way I couldn't tell you never had it done, know who's the person now do you go up? Thumbs down. Most us going. Residual? Is it like a Plum pie where you have proposed something else? Maybe I'd have never been thumbed. Tweet at us. If you've ever been thumbed breath onto a right now, which is something that is a.

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Throwing Shade

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"The shut down and don't look at because it's like whatever air quote like bad is so really that's just like a legacy burden that we don't need to like invest that much in because when i'm trying to look at like what stigma is for me with this and i'm like where did it come from like why do i do not want to look at it why because it just feels like sad and like but really it's just like a human condition that we need to look at him really just like fluttering i don't really know i don't even know what i'm like really saying i just she's just such a topic i mean i think that's what a lot of people struggle with of they have thoughts inside that they don't always know exactly where they come from or why they feel them but i think the fact that you're talking about them and the fact that we're talking about this right now i hope that they're going to be people who are listening here who are going to say you know what my friend they were using some words that make me concerned about them maybe i was using language that was pushing them away how can i go have a conversation right now that will let them know that i'm there i'm there to listen to them you know the next time someone hear someone say something that maybe they are thinking about suicide that you can actually explore that rather than walkaway or get nervous or turnaround a difference i do i'm like i hope i just feel like i hope i haven't done that like in my life i feel like the idea like closing down or kind of like running away from that conversation i feel like that comes more naturally than leaning in and i think that is a pretty big indicator of like i'm pretty easy to talk about things and this one is like very uncomfortable the idea of suicide and we really do need to change it because it's like she's opioid level of epidemic and i think that it's just not talking about it doesn't make it go away it doesn't and i i don't think i actually shared the statistics on the l t q community which are even more heartbreaking i told you that suicide the public health crisis we talked about how it's worse for young people it's the second leading cause of death gay lesbian bisexual young people are more than four times likely to attempt suicide than their straight peers we don't yet have good data on transgender non conforming youth but we expect that they're much higher and beckley because like the cdc isn't allowed to do like any sort of like research on it because of like who's the president right now it's not specific who do we hate you're trying to teach you stuff as little learn well there is a lot that needs to be done so we actually just got sexual orientation questions added to this federal instrument that is administered by the cdc actually it's called the youth risk behavior survey and so the trevor project and some other groups advocating for a long time that's why we have this data data sometimes sounds wonky or you know technical but it's so important we've also been advocating for gender identity and we're hoping that there's going to be some data coming out about that the trevor project is also undergoing its own research because this is so important for the community to knows we've invested in research ourselves and we hope we can share some of that data later as well which will be really powerful his it been really difficult for the trevor project to navigate like this administration and like where the pendulum of like social you know there's always that social pendulum like his it's been like really difficult or did you feel like you already had well oiled enough machine kind of before this to continue like trevor project like nicely whatever administration is going on i mean we will continue no matter who is president or who is an elected official but it has been really challenging the day after the presidential election in two thousand sixteen our call volume more than doubled in a twenty four period of time which just heartbreaking.

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Hey welcome back to getting curious as jonathan vanass we are joined by the ceo of the trevor project ameet palley who we love so much having such a good conversation so basically what we were just talking about was another subject i think is very interesting and hard to navigate these days is the idea of like working with a group or an organization that may not have the exact like values like me and cromwell just had the same because he met with karen pencils chief of staff a few weeks ago and i was like i'm not sure it was really hard for me to wrap my head around it but then at the end of the day i was like i think i actually really support that you did that because all of like the fox news is of the world will right that like you know criminal brownhole square you you know you met with karen pencil and that kind of dispel some of those ideas of the left at the right has it i think prevent us from being able to communicate and have some sort of like working dialogue that could get us out of this stalemate and gridlock and i think that is important to maybe reach across i'll even if it's uncomfortable i just i really squirm out of that discomfort because of growing up where i came up in and kind of coming up what it came up against that's why when i hear the i was just explaining the mormon church it's a little like i'm not sure but maybe needs to make friends with that discomfort because i think we're all going to have to come to the middle little bit or something well and i think our head of advocacy is a brilliant person there mit trained nuclear engineer gender fluid they are from a conservative family conservative part of the country there are survivor of conversion therapy which you know even though people don't talk about it as much it is still legal today in thirty seven states in this country it has not been banned by the legislature of new york state where we're sitting right now or i'm from massachusetts people think of as liberal it's still legal they're and they're a person of faith and when they talk and they communicate with people that they're trying to change their minds and they say yes i'm an lgbtq person but i'm also a person of faith and those are not exclusive things think that opens powerful dialogue because we're not going to be able forget even changing laws were not going to be able to protect l tq young people unless we can get more people in this country who are from faith based communities who are from conservative parts of the country to say it's okay to be conservative and lgbtq it's okay to be a person of faith and lgbtq and that's when we try to send our messaging to young people and saying you're not alone you are beautiful the way you are it doesn't matter what background you come from you can be an lgbtq person no matter what your political beliefs no matter what your religious beliefs no matter where you live in the country and that's really important that young people see that so that they don't feel well i don't look like this person or that person so therefore i have to try to erase the tq part of myself which is so tragic and toxic and we don't want to erase those parts of our identities because they're gorge but i do think that that is an important thing to say you can be conservative analogy tiki and i guess i mean am i know i mean maybe the taxes like those to be getting so sometimes but yeah i think that is important to be able to.

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Like in their way like i just it's hard for me to warm up to like a really hardcore mormon like their mom passed away and like because they weren't like practicing in the church at the time like they weren't allowed to like see her body they weren't allowed to like dress her for her like burial they weren't allowed to like have anything to do with like their moms burial because like they weren't actively going church i just feel like it's like cold like cold like ow and yeah and also just like in general i feel like from going up the middle of america and the age of like doma like i love you i just don't think that you deserve to have equal rights as me like any time i like censor whiff of that i'm like a lot but we're you are preventing suicide doing the work that you're doing like you kind of our position to like you need to make friends well i think we as trevor project we still stand up and say when people are discriminating against lgbtq people that is wrong that is unamerican that's not acceptable and when any religious group does that we speak up and say that's wrong but i think we also want to get make sure we try to reach out to some of those communities because so many of the people that reach out to us are in the most conservative places in very religious communities and we wanna make sure that there aren't young people that think that you cannot be a person of faith and also be lgbtq this is really good thing see my two seconds i think we've talked like forty minutes and just choose like we'll be right back with more getting curious did wrap this hey because your soul been a little bit in the dumps from how nasty your kitty litter box smells mine has to it's tough for cat owners out there with these like jane key not really working that well cat litter boxes and when all anyone wants is a lighter less smelly litter that makes your cats p change colors when they're sick well honey pretty litter has heard your dreams and they've made them a reality so if you have a cat you know about the just just the awfulness that litterbox is pretty litter solves all of those pains of having litterbox walk keeping tabs on your cuts health it changes color when it detects come and feline illnesses in your cat peeve typical cat litter is heavy dusty and smells and you need thirty pounds.

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Them help and that's like your nine one one your police you're yes in an ideal world you can get someone to go in themselves and to get help but i think we need to not be afraid to know that there are people who are thinking of killing themselves and that they need to get help and sometimes people are afraid what if i tell someone is my friend going to be angry with me and it's it's most important to make sure that your friend is alive and there are places where you can go and get help and not being afraid to make that call if if someone really is thinking of killing themselves and and needs to get support it's just like you know it suicide is definitely like it's not neil it definitely seems like lately in the news there's like definitely a more acute resurgence with anthony bourdain and then kate spade and i don't even know it's like in buddhism you know they talk about like the hood bigger and buddhism is called like mara he's kind of coded like i think i understand what i'm talking about i could not but i but i think i do but i don't even know what like where to start like really what it is just so devastating from in no matter how you approach it but do you notice that the trevor project in the last his it become worse lately as we just more aware of it because of the high profile people in the news are or what is it i mean suicide is a public health crisis in this country and i think a lot of times people don't know about that because there is such sigma people don't often like wants to talk about it and that's what we need to change i mean that's part of what we do at the trevor project and other groups that we work with is saying we can't have a stigma where this is something that's pushed into the closet where we don't talk about it and for us it's the trevor project there's often still stigma around suicide and their stigma around being an hugh person we need to make sure that we're talking about both of them because suicide is preventable we know that when people can get help their places that people can turn to it's when it's pushed into the shadows and the darkness that people don't get the help that they need but when we see suicides a public health crisis it really is there's just data released by the federal government suicide rates in this country actually increased over the past two decades forty five thousand people die by suicide every year in this country that's more people than live in my hometown that's like my whole hometown like would kill themselves every year but that's all people we know for young people the statistics are actually even worse breaking so suicide is the second leading cause of death for all young people in this country lay behind drunk driving or something after accidents on invents overall and some states it's the number one so in utah more young people die by suicide than any other reason which that kind of goes hand in hand with like religious persecution and like bigotry and stuff i think about with the not to call it the mormon church but you know the mormon church and like all of their extreme like constant like love the center but hate this in and lake talking about it all the time and like constant driving it into people's heads all the time the i mean it's one of the challenges i think of talking about suicide that we want to sure that we're not pointing the blame or saying there's anyone that well i think you know it's interesting there are a lot of religious groups that are actually trying to do more work on this and i think actually the mormons or an interesting case because they're not supportive of same sex marriage i think most people would not say they are the exemplars of how to be supportive of lgbtq youth but they actually have been supportive of stopping suicide and stopping suicide of lgbtq youth they just so long as you don't admit that your parents are gay and then they'll support but i get gotta give them credit where i guess it's there's just like a sore spot for me because like my my have really close friends who are mormon and like because of these rigid by rules.

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Had years ago but he was like this really amazing i loved him so much but he had this really dear friend was i'm not going to say i just not gonna say his name but he had this really dear friend in the eighties and they lived in the virgin islands together and they got sober together and like they started like training for triathlons together and they just became like the best of friends and after like two years because i heard this story a lot about this friend of my stepdad's and basically had been friends for a couple years like that's when this friend started to kind of sharing with steve that he struggled suicidal idealization like all the time and it turned into this thing for blur like over the course of two years like if not once day like several times a week like he would be like threatening it talking about it and how all the times they tried because they were all in a they would try to get him into therapy they try to do ayla and he he eventually ended up taking his own life and there is no resource at the time for steve to like to to get him onto but also it became steve never said that it was like unhealthy for him but just listened to the stories and the amount of like law sleep and like he really wanted his best friend to make it and he didn't and so for the steve's the world i've also had something happened in the last few years where like i've had a very close friend with extreme you know mental illness it was like very very acute in like like it was not like beyond my pay grade but like in a loving way like i did not know how to deal with it and sometimes it's like do just need to call the like if it's like an a really cute emergency situation and because in this country we really don't have a way because of like if someone needs to be taken in you know you can't say like my friend needs to be taken in like that doesn't count like if you call the police if there's really an emergency so like for acute or like long standing depression people that like art like it's passed like a call to the trevor project and it's like intervention status what happens then well i think that brings another thing that people should not be afraid to do which is don't be afraid to ask people if they're thinking of killing themselves because a lot of times people worry while if i ask someone is going to make them more likely to kill themselves and there's a lot of research behind this asking someone if they're thinking of killing themselves does not make them more likely in fact it will get them talking and it's more likely to get them help so if you're talking someone and you think that they may be at risk of killing themselves you should actually ask them if they have a plan if they're planning on doing it and having that conversation if someone says that they are and that they have a plan to kill themselves in the near future then you still can call the trevor project but you also should consider calling emergency services to getting.

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Like prepare your people like amazingly because you guys have helped like so many people like there's not even a number you can put on it so i know that you guys do that like what does that look like do you have to train for like years is it like you'd become like a therapist like what is it not years and you don't have to be therapists you don't have to have any background in mental health although that can be a plus you just have to be someone who is able to listen to people and is able to follow our protocols for how to provide help so i mean what is that tactically look like it's different depending on each program but on our lifeline our phone lifeline it's to back to back weekends full day saturday full day sunday for two weekends and then we also have a month after that where you actually listen to other people taking calls than a month after that where you take calls and we monitor your shifts so that you get real indepth support and then after that you start taking calls on your own although of course it's not really on your own because you're in a group of people who are always there providing support when you need it so the groups of people that are appealing these phone calls they always go essentially you don't work from home now our phone lifelines there and call centers because we part of our model we wanna make sure that we're providing support and that if you need to cocounsel you have somewhere that you can turn to for help loves so it's like we take care of the people calling in and we take care of like the staff within so love that story because like mental health goes all over the place it does and the people who are providing health often you need to get support themselves i mean you wanna make sure when you're taking those calls which can be difficult you wanna make sure you have someone who can turn to you and say how was that do you need someone to talk to you do you need a debrief that and that can be really really important helpful as volunteer i can't who i can't imagine like the whole journey of taking a call like as the book the caller and the one fielding the call like because like i learned in one podcast was fantastic and that like our feelings really chemicals in our head right like they're like endorphins and dopamine and like i can't imagine like i feel like i would need like a jasmine tea and like a like a bath like to call my nervous system down because i would imagine it would get very like you know just up here is that part of the academic deescalation or something like is there a q acronym that we work with like when you're learning how to work with people on suicide prevention hotline path or something less cute acronym but but the escalation is right i mean when we were talking to people sometimes they're calling in a really heated moment and they just need someone to talk to i mean that that's one of the i think really fascinating things about working on the lifeline is that oftentimes people just need someone to hear them that they've been through a tough time where no one has acknowledged them no one has listened to who they are and just the act of connecting with someone and you saying here view and you're saying what you're going through and i can hear you're going through a tough time that is so powerful for people and when i started volunteering i wasn't really sure if that was going to work but there's a lot of social science research that shows that it does and i know from taking calls for seventy years that just has a huge impact on people just making just providing space for someone to be heard yes they call you have to do i mean it's not all you have to do but it's one of the important things to make sure that they're heard because especially for lgbtq young people who are in certain parts of the country or in certain families they feel like no one sees them they they're not recognized someone in some cases literally trying to erase their identities so when you can have a conversation and say to a young person there may be people who.

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"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"lgbtq youth" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"And we also do education research and advocacy programs well so okay that's one hundred million questions at that opened up for the rest of our episodes oh that's amazing obviously incredibly important work that the trevor project does so how did the trevor project start so we started twenty years ago it's our twenty th anniversary this year and we started actually out of entertainment and storytelling there was a short film called trevor fictional about thirteen year old boy who was realizing he was gay and dealing with feelings of depression and suicide it ended up winning an academy award for best short and after did hbo said we want to air this and it was an amazing moment because there was then as they're still today a lot of stigma around suicide and around being an tq young person but when that happened the people who had put together the film realized what if their kids like trevor who are watching all across the country we want to refer them somewhere where they can get help and they realized there was no national organization providing that kind of support for lgbtq youth in crisis so the movie was called trevor they founded a nonprofit called the trevor project they created the first twenty four seven phone lifeline they launched it about ten minutes before it went on the air on hbo and then the phone started ringing off the hook that night and it hasn't stopped for the past twenty years since and so what does that look like it's like my grandma was really big on being able to visualize you on a phone call like she hated it if if you moved apartments and she didn't see like what your new apartment looks like because you've been like visualized like where you were in your apartment like chatting with her so what is visually like what is like a hotline room look like is it like a telemarketer room except for we're dealing with like really intense things like not selling little things we're dealing with is that what it looks like i mean i it may look like a similar call center for any other type of thing except ours is filled with colors and people who are at the most empathetic caring people you could ever possibly meet in your life and people are just there because they want to help i actually started at the trevor project that's a volunteer i did seven years ago and i still take shifts and i can tell you it's the single most rewarding thing i have ever done in my life so how does someone get trained to be able to become a an operator at the trevor project is i would think that like you know this one therapist who taught me about like selective permeability and how like if you were like a fist or whatever and like this is like stuff like that the world is like flying out you like it's good to be able to like kind of stop it before it becomes a part of you and you can kind of like stop mick oh that's what you are like i'm either going to let you be a part of me i'm gonna put you down because you're not serving me right now and i could imagine how dealing with the energy of so many people going through so many like intense traumatic situations like what is an operator do train to work at trevor project so we provide a lot of training we wouldn't just wanna put someone on the call or chat or taxed if they're not prepared because we deal with life or death guys.

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North Korea frees three American prisoners

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

North Korea frees three American prisoners

"White house the president also pausing to remember otto warmbier the american student who was released from a hard labor camp in north korea last year and died days later when he returned to the us michelle franzen abc news and now with more on the inner workings of the release of those three americans correspondent don kirk has that from seoul south korea korean central news agency says leader kim jong un accepted and officials suggestion of president trump for releasing the three us citizens imprisoned there on charges ranging from espionage to hostile acts the three were all granted amnesty before returning to the us with secretary of state mike bombayo the upcoming summit with president trump and kim jong un in singapore is now reportedly set to take place in june the state commission on lgbtq youth is out with this annual list of recommendations wbz's carl stevens tells us about it from the state house the chair of this commission established back in nineteen ninetytwo is alexander nellie he tells me this year's focuses on preventing homelessness addressing criminal justice issues and focusing on the health of youth in the lgbtq community these are the three key areas that our work has to be framed in an order to make the commonwealth a better place for all of us to thrive in he says massachusetts is one of the best states in the country for these kids to live but there are still too many instances of discrimination against these young people and too many of them are living on the margins of society from the state house carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time eleven thirty three that means it's time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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Mike Pompeo, Jared Adler and Euclid discussed on John Corby

John Corby

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Mike Pompeo, Jared Adler and Euclid discussed on John Corby

"At your severe weather station news radio six ten wtvn senators taking a hard look at cia director mike pompeo president trump's nominee for secretary of state's during a senate confirmation hearing pompeo talked about his military service and played down claims that he is a hawk or a hard liner he said he understands the value of diplomacy and the terror and tragedy that is war pompeo vowed to engage in diplomacy and model the very best of america to the world new jersey democrat bob menendez criticized president trump's approach to foreign policy americans scared that this president the commander in chaos will lead them into war this is not a time for taunts and tweets pompeo has run the cia for more than a year on capitol hill i'm terry moore nbc news radio a former doorman at trump tower reportedly confirming the national enquirer paid him thirty thousand dollars for a story about an alleged affair between donald trump and his former housekeeper story was never published know juden claims the affair produced a child in the nineteen eighties there is no independent verification of his claims something went wrong that assessment from cincinnati police chief elliott isaac about the death of a teenage boy trapped by a minivan bench seat sixteen year old kyle plush called nine one one twice tuesday afternoon office research the private school parking lot finding nothing family member responded to the parking lot at fifty four hundred red bank and located the gold honda odyssey van which was unlocked and inside the vehicle kyle was located not breathing unresponsive isaac is directing an internal police investigation and the hamilton county prosecutors also investigating the death was reportedly due to his fixation from a chest compression the ohio house has taken action to combat bullying in schools lawmakers in the ohio house voted to pass the ohio anti bullying and hazing act representative dave greenspan a westlake republican is the bills primary sponsor it's my hope that the districts are able to within their own framework address incorrect the behavior and hopefully stop the bullying that we're seeing within our schools representative dan ramos lorraine democrats spoke about how he was bullied in school representative kent smith a euclid democrat contends house bill three sixty falls short of protecting lgbtq youth at the state house jared adler news radio six ten wtvn wtvn.

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