More than 100 new emojis have been approved by the Unicode Consortium to be available in 2020. New emojis that promote gender equality will meet smartphone owners very soon.
Emojis are undoubtedly indispensable to millions of people. The Unicode Consortium announced that it has approved more than 100 new emojis that will be available to users in 2020. These new emojis coming to smartphones and social media platforms will help us express ourselves much better.
Getting to see yourself and your pride in technology you use is validation that you are being heard and that your voice matters— Anna Lytical ?????? (@theannalytical) January 29, 2020
Some top callouts: Man in veil, Trans flag and Mx. Clausehttps://t.co/gfGpH3tb86
Which are you most excited for?? pic.twitter.com/mCK2yf8VUw
These new emojis include LGBTI and gender equality themed emojis, such as the transgender flag, a woman in a tuxedo and a man in a wedding dress. ?️?