My name is Kas. I’m a Cloudflare employee and I wanted to share my story with you on International Transgender Day of Visibility.
In the little red dot city of Singapore, we celebrated the tenth year of an annual event called, Pink Dot SG, on 21st July 2018. This annual event started in 2009 and was formed as a group for everyone, straight and gay, who support the belief that everyone deserves the "freedom to love".
Today is the 30th Anniversary of National Coming Out Day. We wanted to share some coming out stories from members of Proudflare and draw attention to resources the Human Rights Campaign provides to those who are thinking about coming out or wish to be supportive of those who come out to them.
Cloudflare’s mission is to help build a better Internet, and we are also serious about building a diverse workforce where everyone can be themselves, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, or cultural background.
With Pride month now in our collective rearview mirror for 2018, I wanted to share what some of us have been up to at Cloudflare. We're so proud that, in the last 8 months, we've formed a LGBTQIA+ Employee Resource Group (ERG) called Proudflare.