There is no stopping the left when it comes to the list of outrageous demands they have for the future of America. From allowing 5th graders access to condoms to Critical Race Theory, liberals don’t operate in a world of facts or even science. They believe it is all about how you feel. If you feel like a woman, but were born a man – then simply change your gender. And don’t forget, the rest of the world has to go along with it. But no matter how hard they try, science has laws like a man can’t get pregnant. Well, thanks to woke left, men might not be able to carry a child, but that doesn’t mean they can’t have a “pregnant man” emoji.
According to a post by Emojipedia, an emoji depicting a man pregnant could hit your phone early next year. On Thursday, they revealed 102 new designs that were being considered by the company Unicode. Emojipedia stated, “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.”
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In the pictures released, the emoji depicts a man, who is sporting a short haircut and mustache, resting his hand on his stomach. But as mentioned above, there is something outrageous about his stomach and it isn’t after eating too much. No, the emoji clearly shows the man is pregnant.
Luckily, the current list up for consideration is only a draft and is “subject to change prior to final approval.” Still, Emojipedia said, “In past years, the majority of draft emoji candidates end up included on the final list. This list in particular has been worked on for a longer period of time, after Unicode 14.0 was delayed due to COVID-19.”
Representative Jim Banks, a United States Navy veteran, laughed at the announcement. “The Left believes a gun emoji is far too dangerous but 12 options for pregnant men must be included. Remember this when they claim to be moderate!”
With World Emoji Day, Emojipedia is allowing fans to vote for their most anticipated emoji that will be announced on July 17th. Luckily, the award doesn’t dictate if a design becomes an official emoji. “This isn’t a part of the approval process, just a fun way to gauge which draft emojis people are most keen to use,” Emojipedia said.