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The New 2020 Emojis Are More Gender-Inclusive Than Ever

The New 2020 Emojis Are More Gender-Inclusive Than Ever

You can expect to see these new Unicode 13.0 emojis in action starting this fall, when Apple, Twitter, Facebook, and other platforms will begin to roll out their respective variations. Until then, you can use this "pinching hand" emoji to get your point across — no matter what, um, subject matter you're referring to.
R.I.P., Peach: Facebook & Instagram Limit Sexual Emojis

R.I.P., Peach: Facebook & Instagram Limit Sexual Emojis

Joe Vela, co-founder & CEO of emoji-shaped sex toy company Emojibator, agrees that these new rules target sexuality professionals. "Since we started seeing stricter guidelines around sex-postive content, emojis were essential to sexuality professionals to specify, organize, and advertise the type of content they were producing for their audiences without including words that would get…

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