To add to what @HannahPS said, “WayWalkers University” and “A Mage Reborn” also do the injury thing. With that being said, the former gives your MC an injury at random, and at the end of the first book, which is to me the only downside to the entire thing, and a major one, since I have a canon playthrough and well, I have to get the same thing each time or I have to restart. So yeah, I’d avoid giving random injuries…
Other than that, one of the things I like the most is when the height of the MC is referenced - with other people “leaning down” or “looking up” to them and being more at ease to go through some places with low ceiling and stuff like that.
That aside, well, for all that is great in works with true inclusiveness, depending on the setting there are chances I will prefer works that depict actual issues we can find in real world (in a negative light, of course), since I consider characters fighting these things has more impact than said things not existing in a piece of fiction. So works like “A Study in Steampunk” or “These Reluctant Years”, where characters react to MC’s sexuality and stuff like that, and where MC sometimes faces negative reactions if they don’t “conform” to society etc is one of my favorite things in IF.
Another thing I like is when colors are referenced either by people acknowledging a rare hair/eye color and stuff like that, or if similarities between MC and someone else are acknowledged if the player selects some colors or traits.