Newest Emojis Will Leave You Furious As Big Tech Celebrates Mental Illness

Here we are as a country further embracing the idiocy of this trɑnsgender idea where people like to pretend that men are women and women are men, or sometimes, it's somewhere not even in this realm, but in the realm where they can just make up whatever gender they feel like.

The release of the latest batch of emojis from the Unicode Consortium appears to follow a new line for Democrats and their liberal followers. The batch of emojis includes 12 options for a pregnant man that caused right-wing commentators to take to social media to complain. The common theme for commentators remains the same, men cannot give birth.

The question of who can give birth appears to be a complex one for the White House and Congress. Democrats released a bill including the term birthing people that caused consternation among Republican politicians. The first budget proposal from the Biden Administration included the term birthing people when discussing more funding for minority moms about to give birth.

Republican Senator Kames Lankford of Oklahoma made Health and Human Services Secretary Becerra squirm as he asked why the budget bill did not include the term, Mom. Some social media users have questioned whether a larger agenda is at play in promoting the right of men and non-binary people to become pregnant.

According to Emojipedia,

Pregnant Man and Pregnant Person are new, and recognize that pregnancy is possible for some transgender men and non-binary people. These are additions to the existing Pregnant Woman emoji.

Person with Crown is a gender-inclusive alternative to the existing emojis for Princess and Prince.

The above additions will mean that nearly all emojis can have default a gender neutral option, with choice to use a woman or man where relevant. A few exceptions remain, which are being reviewed, as per this Unicode Emoji Subcommittee report from 2020.

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