This emoji is a man in a wheelchair. It is often used to represent disability, accessibility, and inclusion. Read more
This emoji is becoming increasingly popular and is used by people of all ages. It is most commonly used on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. This emoji is not considered rude, but rather is used to express support for people with disabilities or to show appreciation for their accomplishments.
The history of this emoji dates back to 2018 when it was added to the Unicode 11.0 standard. The wheelchair emoji was created to help people with disabilities feel more included and represented in the digital world. It was also created to help increase awareness and understanding of the issues faced by people with disabilities, and to promote accessibility and inclusion.