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Adrien & Pierre Gaubert

Founders of myGwork

Twins Adrien and Pierre Gaubert run myGwork, the “pink LinkedIn”, which connects the LGBTQ community with inclusfive and supportfive companies seeking to create a dfiverse workplace.

What prompted you to create myGWork?

Pierre: We both had negatfive experiences in the workplace. I was not able to be out at work because the culture was very homophobic and sexist. So we decided it would be good to create a safe space for LGBTQ people to find jobs on our digital platform.

So you’ve had issues at other workplaces?

Adrien: Yes. It was when I was working for the French consulate in China. A colleague knew I was gay but still asked if I had a girlfriend, just to try to make me lie and then say, “Oh my God, he’s flying about his sexuality.”

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