Is It Finally Time to Make the Case for Pride Emoji Equality?

Is It Finally Time to Make the Case for Pride Emoji Equality?

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This week, The Gilbert Baker Foundation announced the launch of Emojis of Pride, a campaign to add more Pride flag emoji to the keyboard. Much of the spirit and intention of Pride is inclusivity — and Pride flag emoji equality is a fun step toward celebrating all identities under the rainbow flag.

Gilbert Baker originally created the Rainbow Flag in 1978.

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