Or any venture capitalist, tech bro, or entrepreneur, for that matter. The tech world has so much opportunity to grow—just imagine it: Intimate toys and products that catered specifically to the unique desires and needs of these women.
Marketing campaigns launched by major companies across social media platforms to reach them specifically for health and wellness, including housing security and mental health resources. Is this even technologically possible?
25 bi and want to have fun
Of course this isn't true—we just face a different type of prejudice that manifests itself as hyper-sexualization. The amount of times people have asked me if I wanted to have a threesome [or] if I ever have had one is unreal!
Breaking results down by gender identity is even more difficult to find, according to the Movement Advancement Project. They also experience uave employment discrimination and are more likely to hide their sexual orientation from friends and family, and they are more likely to live in poverty than gay, lesbian, and heterosexual people.
So where are the digital resources for this community? What might it look like if tech companies and entrepreneurs paid attention to these gaps?
And vitally, the community needs scientists to study these evolving needs and challenges—not as an afterthought, but as the strong, diverse, and massive group of people that it is. Issue Archive.
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