Bitty Bobs is a new NFT collection

A collection of 4,000 NFT dolls called Bitty Bobs is incredibly distinctive and diverse and stands steadfast in their femininity and strength. The collection, which is available as ERC-721 coins on the Ethereum Blockchain, enables women and others who identify as females to embrace their divine feminine without feeling guilty.

The dolls’ faces are purposefully sexualized, and all of them appear uncomfortable. They are all shaking their heads in agreement to placate the offender. Some of the dolls are making a power move by biting their lips. They are not here to appease holders; rather, their qualities draw them in.

Bitty Bobs advocates for diversity and inclusion for all marginalized groups, especially women, LGBTQIA people, people with physical disabilities, and BIPOC communities

“Exclusive, one-of-a-kind characteristics of our dolls include things like bionic arms, hairy armpits, curvier-than-average women with stretch marks, a lady pumping milk, women wearing hijabs, pregnant women, drooping chest women, and more. They were all made with the goal of accurately representing the digital world.”

The money raised from the sale of the NFT collection will be used to buy virtual property in the metaverse and create a groundbreaking LGBTQIA+-focused metaverse bar. With real-world and metaverse benefits to be revealed, every NFT holder will have access to the bar in the metaverse. Exclusive lifetime access to a VIP loft area of the bar is granted to each holder.

Original Bitty Bobs artwork is now available on t-shirts, sweatshirts, digital wallpapers, and other items. A very small number of custom-made dolls that were manufactured from the original artwork were supplied to some of the early adopters as the extra-special, exclusive merchandise.

This enterprise, which “believes in giving back,” will donate 10% of its net earnings to local community-based charities that support LGBTQIA+ projects as well as Planned Parenthood.




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