NBC News reports:
The Trevor Project, a national suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ youth, announced it is leaving X, formerly known as Twitter, because of “increasing hate & vitriol on the platform targeting the LGBTQ community.”
“LGBTQ young people are regularly victimized at the expense of their mental health, and X’s removal of certain moderation functions makes it more difficult for us to create a welcoming space for them on this platform,” the organization wrote in a tweet Thursday.
The Trevor Project, which has nearly 350,000 followers on X, said the decision to leave was made with “input from dozens of internal and external perspectives.”
Read the full article. The cult is celebrating in the replies.
The Trevor Project has made the decision to close its account on X.
Read our full statement here. pic.twitter.com/3rWt6Xfz1S
— The Trevor Project (@TrevorProject) November 9, 2023
↓↓↓ “Christian” once banned for hate speech supports queer kids killing themselves. It’s what Jesus would want, apparently. https://t.co/q2rMtDG5wa
— JoeMyGod (@JoeMyGod) November 9, 2023