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This emoji is a person wearing a headscarf, typically used to represent a hijabi woman. Read more
This emoji is not particularly popular, but is used to represent hijabi women in a respectful manner. It is most commonly used by young adults and teenagers, particularly those who identify as hijabi or Muslim. It is most commonly used on Instagram and Twitter, as well as other social media platforms. This emoji is not considered rude, but rather is seen as a respectful way to represent hijabi women.
The history of this emoji is relatively recent. It was first proposed in 2018 by Rayouf Alhumedhi, a 15-year-old hijabi woman from Germany. After her proposal was accepted by the Unicode Consortium, the emoji was released in 2019. It has since become a popular way to represent hijabi women in a respectful manner, and has been used to celebrate hijabi representation in the media.