If you've ever been to a pride parade or some other celebration of the LGBT community, there's a good chance all the bright and beautiful gayness, at times, left you at a loss for words -- in a good way. But now, it looks like a new rainbow flag emoji is finally on the way to help you express all that pride.
Unicode Consortium, the group that oversees all of the colorful characters you use instead of words, may officially support a new rainbow flag emoji in the near future, according to a report by Mashable. Google software engineer Mark Davis, who's also the co-founder and president of Unicode, outlined a formal proposal for the decidedly prideful emoji character in a letter on Tuesday.
A rainbow flag emoji was first proposed to the organization in late June of last year, around the time when the Supreme Court handed down its historic ruling in favor of marriage equality for same-sex couples. It's among the 30 most-requested emoji characters, according to online emoji authority, Emojipedia. On top of that, Davis said recent discussions about the character were met with strong support among vendors, aka Apple, Google, and other companies that incorporate emoji in their products.