Here’s how the Metaverse enables inclusivity for genderqueer people -Breaking
The popularity of Fortnite, Roblox, and Minecraft has led to the rise of the idea of the “The” Metaverse, the ability of “avatars” to escape unpleasant realities, or simply have fun, is emphatically relevant. It warrants a discussion on digital citizenship and the “inclusivity” of individuals and their identities in the virtual realm, and it provides new meaning for those with gender dysphoria or who identify as genderqueer.
The real world has a bias against anyone who doesn’t identify or follow the gender they were given at birth. A recent survey found that approximately 2.7% American adolescents identify with the sex assigned to them at birth. Name as trans or gender diverse. If you extrapolate this figure to the world population, over 200 million people are most likely to be in this group. They face pressure from social exclusion, suppression of identities, marginalization, and a lack awareness, accessibility to facilities, safety, and safety.
Lokesh RaoHe is also the CEO and co-founder of Trace Network Labs. With over 12 years’ experience in enterprise technology, Trace Network Labs has helped fashion brands in global markets acquire and integrate technologies in more that 20 countries. Lokesh is actively engaged in the development of solutions for businesses using blockchain and DLT since 2017. With Trace, he is building a technology platform that will enable lifestyle brands to launch multichain and multiverse products, using NFTs for “digital twins” — aka user avatars in the metaverse.