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WATCH First Trans Prom Queen Offers Hope to Suicidal Teens

WATCH First Trans Prom Queen Offers Hope to Suicidal Teens

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Andi Viveros, who made history earlier this year by becoming the first transgender girl crowned prom queen in the U.S., has come out with her own It Gets Better YouTube video in support of Jonah Mowry's heartbreaking "What's Going On" YouTube video that went viral last week.

"I recently saw his video," says Viveros, "and seeing him pouring his heart out broke mine. I know that his video was made a few months back and he is doing better now, but he is not the only individual going through that struggle. This video is not only for him, but for everyone."

If you or someone you know needs help, please call the Trevor Project at 866-4U-TREVOR or online at www.thetrevorproject.org.

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Diane Anderson-Minshall is the CEO of Pride Media, and editorial director of The Advocate, Out, and Plus magazine. She's the winner of numerous awards from GLAAD, the NLGJA, WPA, and was named to Folio's Top Women in Media list. She and her co-pilot of 30 years, transgender journalist Jacob Anderson-Minshall penned several books including Queerly Beloved: A Love Across Genders.
Diane Anderson-Minshall is the CEO of Pride Media, and editorial director of The Advocate, Out, and Plus magazine. She's the winner of numerous awards from GLAAD, the NLGJA, WPA, and was named to Folio's Top Women in Media list. She and her co-pilot of 30 years, transgender journalist Jacob Anderson-Minshall penned several books including Queerly Beloved: A Love Across Genders.