Web3 Doesn't Have the Traditional Barriers of Web2. Let's Keep It That Way

Make Web3 inclusive of queer identities

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As we enter the nascency of Web3, we’re able to take stock of how the history of technology has gatekept groups of people from participating in its evolution, limiting the ingenuity that comes from diverse points of view tackling the same problems. Inclusion isn’t just an altruistic goal, but one that advances our ability to find solutions to the world’s most pressing issues.