Apple’s New Emojis Show How Much Twisted “Gender Theory” Has Infiltrated Our Culture

(Tea Party 247) – It has been extraordinary to witness over the last handful of years just how quickly “gender theory” has whizzed to the forefront of Amerian culture.

All of a sudden, mainstream voices are declaring that gender is fluid, men can be pregnant and menstruate, women’s sports can be for men too, and feminine hygiene products aren’t “feminine” anymore.

It’s absolute insanity, but it’s suddenly everywhere.

Apple’s latest iOS update is reflective of this radical gender change.

Emojis now reflect, along with new interracial gay couples, people with disabilities, and more, some very handy gender-neutral characters for all those easily triggered gender-confused people out there who resent basic biology.

The Daily Caller News Foundation reports:

The latest rollout of emoji includes interracial couples, gender-neutral characters, characters in wheelchairs and with walking sticks, as well as a service dog. The new set also includes more food and animal symbols such as waffles, butter and a smiling sloth, CNN Business reported Monday.

Apple sent a proposal for a new set of emoji with disabilities to Unicode Consortium, a nonprofit that upholds the global standard for emoji, in March 2018, according to CNN Business.

“Apple is requesting the addition of emoji to better represent individuals with disabilities,” the March letter stated. “Currently, emoji provide a wide range of options, but may not represent the experiences of those with disabilities. Diversifying the options available helps fill a significant gap and provides a more inclusive experience for all.”

“At Apple, we believe that technology should be accessible to everyone and should provide an experience that serves individual needs. Adding emoji emblematic to users’ life experiences helps foster a diverse culture that is inclusive of disability,” the letter continued.

The most frequently used emojis tend to be the most generic, with the crying laughing face as the most used, the smiley face as the second, and the teardrop face as the third, according to Lifewire.

Anyone can submit an emoji request to Unicode, but to be considered they must include “evidence of frequency,” according to the nonprofit.

It would be very useful to see how much people will actually use gender-neutral emojis, considering there are already tons of gender-neutral emojis among the most frequently used.

Because that’s the thing: there’s no such thing as truly gender-neutral on the progressive left. What they’re after aren’t things that can be used by either men or women, they’re looking for things that defy the very nature of gender.

They promote gender-bending and androgyny. There’s nothing neutral about it.


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