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Metaverse Gains Some Good Vibes After Being Displayed As A Vehicle For Better Freedom Of Expression

Pride month may soon be on its way to completion but that does not mean Meta is done with showcasing the grandeur of the metaverse in this regard.

The company seems to be pulling out all the stops to help the world realize how the futuristic platform is a glorious element for enhanced freedom of expression.

This came in the form of a video towards the end of Pride Month which the tech giant recently shared with the world. It outlines how much value Meta gives to such elements where people are given the right to be seen in whichever way they desire.

With help from various digital avatars, the process just gets so much simpler, not to mention the great options on display.

We see this as a unique benefit for the huge metaverse shift that goes above and beyond the barriers set up by society. Here, users will not be judged or restricted from showcasing the true version of themselves. This comes with a broader element of digital connectivity, not to mention a much more enhanced and engaging society.

But some critics believe the uprising of tools that enhance visual appearances with the help of filters and effects can really bring some disadvantages. Those using these on a more usual basis tend to be more introverted as they appear so different from their real-life image when compared to what they post online.

Creators claim that the introduction of VR has really had a positive role in terms of bettering their appearance. But we do feel the drawback is detaching from your true self can be so isolating. After all, you’re loving the life you live in the digital skin and forget that you need to go back to reality soon.

We think that’s a whole new subject altogether. But seeing the metaverse as a step to more freedom is sure to be more promising. Did we mention how this avenue certainly needs a little more exploration altogether?

The metaverse is trending and while some may be skeptical, we do see how Meta is trying to make the most of the opportunities in front of them. The company is moving fast and it might be forgetting about the concerns relating to the impact it carries in people’s minds.

Yes, breaking stereotypes sounds great but when done with a measured approach, the harmful effects can best be avoided.


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