It’s a different story in tech, where companies like Facebook and Twitter are taking an active stance on the issue of trans people in tech.
In fact, Facebook announced in February that it would allow transgender people to use the company’s messaging app.
Twitter, on the other hand, has recently come out against a proposal to make trans people use the service as a form of “gender-neutral” advertising.
The companies have taken different approaches to the issue, but the issue is getting traction, with companies including Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn supporting the proposal.
The New York Times reported in April that in 2014, Twitter began to implement a policy allowing users to create their own profiles and change their profile pictures to gender-neutral ones.
Now, tech companies are stepping up to the plate, too.
Tech companies like Google and Apple are working on ways to provide trans people with more visibility and to provide a more welcoming workplace for them, the Times reported.
And LinkedIn, which has a trans-inclusive policy, has launched a series of “tech workshops” in support of trans inclusion.
But some trans people are not happy about these efforts.
Some, like trans woman and activist Caitlin Gill, are concerned about what will happen to the trans community if tech companies don’t actively support trans inclusion in tech jobs and social spaces.
“When companies like Apple and Google have done it, it’s like saying that they’re okay with the fact that trans people exist, but they won’t work with us to get trans people out of tech jobs,” Gill told the Times.
“There are a lot of trans folks who feel like they are excluded from the tech ecosystem because of the gender binary.
The fact that companies like these companies aren’t doing anything is a little disheartening.”
But not all tech companies have embraced the trans-centric approach.
“I think that the biggest challenge with trans inclusion is not that it’s too inclusive but that it is not inclusive enough,” Gill said.
“We are going to need more.
We’re going to have to do more.
The more we do, the more inclusive we can be.”
Trans people, for their part, are not just looking to tech companies to do the right thing for them.
They’re also looking for other forms of inclusion, like inclusion in education, inclusion in the military, inclusion at the movies, inclusion of people of color, and inclusion of women in tech and technology.
In an effort to help the trans people of tech, the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission is launching an awareness campaign in January called “TransTech.”
“We know that tech has a very low tolerance for discrimination and harassment, and that it creates a climate that discourages and discourages us from participating,” Jennifer Robinson, an HRC member and director of policy, said in a statement.
The goal of the initiative is to increase awareness of the trans and gender-nonconforming communities in tech so that the tech industry can be more welcoming and inclusive for them as well as for the wider trans community.”
This campaign, which is a response to the #TransTech movement, will encourage companies to actively embrace and support our voices and experiences and will provide an outlet for our trans allies to engage and participate.”
The goal of the initiative is to increase awareness of the trans and gender-nonconforming communities in tech so that the tech industry can be more welcoming and inclusive for them as well as for the wider trans community.