Google angered millions when the company said there are only two genders, those being male and female. Now, Google is trying hard to make up for its mistake with a new strategy. In hopes of helping gender equality, Google has teamed up with someone to add an emoji that represents the diversity of women. Whether it’s a crowd pleaser or not, this is a good example of how much impact transsexuals, gays, and lesbians have in modern society.
TRANSSEXUALS, GAYS, AND LESBIANS GET THEIR OWN EMOJI
Google got approval to add 11 new professional emoji. Additionally, they will have a variety of skin tones for men and women, bringing the total to more than 100. Google also stated that Unicode is working on adding, even more, gender alternatives to 33 existing emoji. We can expect the new additions soon for Android and iOS. Some are praising Google for taking the initiative however, many think they are simply taking the easy way out. It will take a bit more work than that for transsexuals, gays, and lesbians to get the true equality the seek.
TRANsSEXUALS, GAYS, AND LESBIANS COMPETE WITH PORN EMOJI
Transsexuals, gays, and lesbians are not the only one changing up the emojis game. Previously, Snapchat and Pornhub released some popular emotions of their own. With Emojis 4 Porn, lazy porn watchers have a faster way of getting the videos they want. Well, if porn lovers can enhance their life through emojis, is it possible for others to do so?
HOW TO UNDERSTAND TRANSSEXUALS, GAYS, AND LESBIANS WITHOUT AN EMOJI
instead of looking towards emojis for answers on gender equality, it’s more effective to read a good book. Yes, books are still around and they help us get smarter.
Transgender 101: A Simple Guide to a Complex issue is one of the most “fantastic books” that help you understand the problems of those who belong to the transgender community.