clap.fun

tweeting πŸ‘ with πŸ‘ claps πŸ‘ has πŸ‘ never πŸ‘ been πŸ‘ easier πŸ‘

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Kate
Head of Social @ GitHub
It is extremely important to note the cultural significance and origins of the clapping emoji emphasis phenomenon, as it can otherwise be lost in cultural appropriation. This began, as all great things do, with black women. Read more here: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_...
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Taylor BarnettCommunity Engineer, Stoplight
Thanks for adding this, @katesegrin! πŸ’–
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@katesegrin Thank you for posting this! One step closer to building a more inclusive community.
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@katesegrin Thank you for adding this note! If anyone is interested in reading more about the subject, I recommend Eating the Other by bell hooks
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Kevin Lou
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product @ Italic
@katesegrin Appreciate the reminder & insight! ❀️
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Mark WynerUX/UI Designer, Mark Wyner LLC
@katesegrin yeah, Kate! I love that you brought this to the table.
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Kitze
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jackyalcinΓ©Software Engineer
Mimicking Black women and how they speak has NEVER gotten easier! Now, with a splash of "innovation" and "automation", you TOO can mimic and continue the historic trend of copying the works, impressions and likeness of Black women like many others before had like Elvis Presely, Melina Trump, editors at Buzzfeed and MORE!
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