• Hey Visitor,

    In light of recent events, all community members in the US should reach out to their representative in regards to the Stop Online Suicide Assistance Forums Act that has been introduced in congress. This bill, if passed, could criminalize this community and hold it liable for simply hosting information.

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chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

Not Circling the Drain Anymore
May 31, 2018
310
I know in some previous threads, people have asked about good places in the US to jump. Well, I stumbled upon this majestic bridge. I mean look at that majestic bastard. If you want to pick a beautiful spot, and a trip to New Mexico is within your means, I don't think you could do better. And it says in the article they're too cheap to have any meaningful suicide prevention.

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skyofAuroras

skyofAuroras

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Apr 10, 2018
136
This reminds me of when I was walking on the Golden Gate Bridge and thinking, "no wonder so many people jump from here." Honestly any bridge that is high enough to jump off of probably has a good view.
 
Azure

Azure

Little Chemist
Jun 13, 2018
135
This is the only suicide "bridge" in my country that I'm aware of. It's p beautiful, but I'd assume jumping from it is pretty hard since it's a monument and there's always people around it.
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daikon

daikon

trash golem
Dec 26, 2018
142
I know in some previous threads, people have asked about good places in the US to jump. Well, I stumbled upon this majestic bridge. I mean look at that majestic bastard. If you want to pick a beautiful spot, and a trip to New Mexico is within your means, I don't think you could do better. And it says in the article they're too cheap to have any meaningful suicide prevention.

Is there water at the bottom or just rock?