Big Tech Wages War on Gender Differences by Making Everyone's Emojis Look Like Melissa Etheridge

Big Tech is on the woke wagon and you are going to conform. If you have a family with a mom and a dad and a gender-specific kid, you can forget about your emoji representation. You will assimilate. Emojipedia keeps track of all the emoji updates and changes and it seems all the recent changes involve going "gender-neutral."

Is it me, or do the new Apple emojis all look like Melissa Etheridge after she got a haircut?

Grammy Award-Winning Country Singer and lesbian activist, Melissa Etheridge. (Photo by Rafael Amado Deras via Wikipedia)

Emojipedia reported:

A family unit shown with two adults and one  child. Previously displayed with the same design as  πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘¦ Family: Man, Woman, Boy on most platforms, but now has its own gender inclusive appearance.

They also went on to show us the default "family" emojis on different platforms. Apple and Google have gone full-woke, of course. I wonder if anyone noticed they set their default to white people. If someone notices that, it's curtains for that emoji designer.

(Screenshot from Emojipedia)

This whole thread must be seen. It's a collection of insanity unlike anything ever put out in public before, like this "merperson" wearing a chest binder. For real. 

Because I don't know about you, but when I'm referencing mythical non-existent creatures, I need them to be gender-sensitive. We wouldn't want to offend any non-binary merpeople. And don't forget genies. No one wants to get them angry.

The thread goes on like this for a very long time. There is example after example of the mass hysteria over gender that has taken over our culture presented in a non-ironic way. The best parts, as usual, are the responses.

I think we should cancel emojis after this. There's no fixing this without an asteroid strike.

Update: While the robotic-looking androgynous family is the default on Apple and Google, Emojipedia wants you to know you can still search out a family that looks like you...for now.

Megan Fox is the author of β€œBelieve Evidence; The Death of Due Process from Salome to #MeToo.” Follow on Twitter @MeganFoxWriter