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Inclusive and Respectful Language

April 10, 2024

Group discussions around gender identity also highlighted appropriate procedures for responding to misgendering patrons, improving venue inclusivity and culture for all patrons. This is identified as a top-down process, where management were empowered with value learnings on identity for both disabled and queer groups.



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