Having solved all other problems, one feminist is taking aim at the next big target: High heel emoji. And she hopes you’ll join her:

Wow. So striking:

There are currently three women’s shoe emoji, but all three of them have high heels. One Silicon Valley-based woman wants to change this. Independent arts publicist Floriane Hutchinson launched the #IWearFlats campaign to add a women’s flat shoe emoji to our keyboards. Her proposal is currently up for discussion at the Unicode Consortium Emoji Subcommittee.

“The fact that women cannot opt in to have a female shoe without a heel is deeply problematic as the vast majority of women simply do not wear heels in their daily lives,” says Hutchinson.

“The implicit expectation, albeit a virtual one, that women would and/or should wear high heeled shoes (be it a stiletto, a mule, or a boot) is simply absurd,” she continues. Hutchinson notes that her campaign is far from a “stiletto boycott,” but instead an effort to give “women who prefer flats” an icon they can identify.

What a stupid, stupid time to be alive.

 

Oh, and by the way, speaking of “problematic” …

For shame, feminists. For shame.

The day’s still young. But this one’ll be hard to top.