Mr. Coolman, we were in Calgary, and I was struck by the words of one of our witnesses. He said that he hasn't come out once; rather, he has to come out 10 times every day. He was talking about the fact that every time he or friends of his in the gay men community intersected with the health care system, there was always this trepidation or feeling that they had to reveal something. In particular, he said that once it was revealed that they were gay, they were often asked stereotypical, assumptive and presumptive questions that were actually inappropriate for the malady they were presenting with.
Do you have anything to tell the committee about that?