Wheelhouse Live leads community inclusion during Pride Month
Cultivator strives to create an environment that encompasses inclusion in the *2SLGTBQIA+ (Two-Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and/or Questioning, Intersex, & Asexual) community. June is Pride Month across the world, and it is aimed to uplift and celebrate the freedom to be yourself. Cultivator is proud to support companies that embrace their true identities and encourage unity. Cultivator’s GROW company Wheelhouse Live has proven to be a positive advocate for inclusion in the community through their on-demand and in-person platforms.
Wheelhouse Live is a tech fitness company providing flexible delivery of virtual classes that accept everyone and anyone in the “vault” (where the workout takes place). The company is proud to run campaigns every June to celebrate Pride Month. Wheelhouse leads inclusion in the community by showcasing its instructors, who share their pride in being part of the *2SLGTBQIA+ community. Themed pride rides are scheduled on the Wheelhouse Live platform throughout June.
Exclusive to the campaign this year, Wheelhouse Live has launched a line of pride clothing inspired by Andy Warhol, who openly expressed his queer identity in life and art. Featured below are their pride designs…
The designs for the line were created by Len Goertz, Wheelhouse Motivator/Manager and Conexus employee, and Kiriako Iatridis, Director of Multimedia at Wheelhouse Live. The creative art incorporated the representative rainbow colour scheme that symbolizes the inclusion and safety of members of the *2SLGTBQIA+ community. The proceeds from the clothing sales will be directed to *2SLGBTQIA+ charities in Regina (Lulu’s Lodge) and Winnipeg (Rainbow Resource Centre). Wheelhouse Live continues to lead in promoting and creating welcoming spaces through its company values…
“ The vault is for everyone.
Always, in all ways.
For all the ways you identify and who you are:
you are welcome here” – Wheelhouse Team
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