Is the Metaverse the Next Safe Space for LGBTQ+ Folks?

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LGBTQ+ people are no stranger to finding community online. Since the internet’s inception, we’ve used it as a tool to chat, laugh, meet, and so much more.For many of us, it was our only respite from a homophobic, unaccepting world.

We asked message boards for advice on coming out, or we pieced together who we were one reblog at a time on Tumblr, or screamed about our favorite pop stars on Twitter, or simply just googled “Am I gay?”We created our own safe spaces to build each other up, away from prying eyes.

And while we’ve come a long way since the ’90s, the communities we’ve built and continue to build online are precious. But the internet is evolving, and so are these spaces.

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