Life Wasn: Tara Robertson and Queer-Identifying Woman
life wasn: Growing up in Prince George, life wasn't always easy for Tara Robertson, according to Georgia Asian. A queer-identifying woman with a Japanese-Canadian mother and Scottish-Irish father, she found herself often treated differently than the other kids in the predominantly white city. To see more of our Pride 2018 coverage, click here. Days on the playground could be tough, filled with whispers and stares from the other children and comments from the adults. It was interesting being mixed-race, she tells the Straight on the line from her office in Vancouver. Even as a child, though, she was able to draw the positives from the situation. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.