Anyone know what this is? Yeah, we all want it. I hate it to. A lot of us probably went through this on our way here. Now, the body scanner is developed by the Department of Homeland Security, to look at your body and assess what you look like, and see if it matches up to algorithms that the government has decided are appropriate for you to get on this plane without being patted down. And so, in general, since the start of September 11, we've seen that really markable in American history when the government has expanded surveillance power beyond the scope of what Americans have ever experienced. And since then, we've seen technology and procedural systems develop that disproportionately affect gender, race ethnicity. Muslim individuals, along with other racial and ethnic minorities are overly profile, RAS and unable to travel freely. Our new systems of hyper surveillance right here often lead to traumatic experiences for millions of trans individuals, the agent has to select one of those blue or pink buttons up there. And then based on the algorithm, they compare two binary models. One is cisgender man with a male body and male genitalia, whatever that means. Or a cisgender female with female genitalia, whatever that means. Notably, both of these models, algorithms, non disabled to be specific. If the individual does not match up with those models, they can expect a grueling, humiliating, traumatizing ordeal often public. Recent ProPublica investigation showed that travelers are subjected to misgendering invasive screenings and one unwarranted exposure body parts. Trans travelers have caused for call for a lot of change. We've seen little reform even in this administration.