Moose Jaw Pride to host community session to educate people about how to support gender and sexual diversity
Joe Wickenhauser, executive director for
Moose Jaw Pride, poses for a photo in his
office in Moose Jaw on Jan. 5, 2017.
By Lisa Goudy
When a transgender person needs to use the washroom at work, if no clear policies are in place, it can be uncomfortable for that person.
“A lot of people don’t really imagine the world from that perspective. So I think when people hear about the life experiences of LGBT people, it becomes more relevant,” said Joe Wickenhauser, executive director of Moose Jaw Pride.
“There are LGBT people in our community accessing our services and we can make sure that we’re supportive of that.”