Emojis before this point were focused on inclusiveness only in so far as to matters of race. Now Google has taken a step to include gender-sensitive emojis into consideration as well.
Google has come out with a set of 53 emojis which are all gender-inclusive in nature. The emoji updates before this point have taken inclusiveness into a lot of consideration. Many new emojis throughout the years have begun to incorporate a diverse range of skin-tone palette and even same sex couples.
The emojis are gender-ambiguous. The designer Jennifer Daniel that created these emojis can’t represent the third gender, or anything asexual. But the emojis are, however, a step towards the inclusiveness of all the genders.