Twitter announced the launch of new settings that allow tweeters to choose the feminine language of communication on the platform, as part of the company's efforts to better reflect the many voices that shape conversations on the platform.
Twitter stated on its official website that the language options on the platform have been modified to provide an option for people to determine how to address them, as people who choose feminine Arabic will be addressed and dealt with in the feminine form. Explore instead of explore.
"Today we launched a new setting for the Arabic language in the feminine form, that is, in the feminine Arabic on Twitter," said Rasha Fawakhiri, head of communications at Twitter in the Middle East and North Africa, explaining that it is now possible with ease for any woman anywhere in the world to log into Twitter in the feminine form.
Fawakhiri stated that the company is working on other projects related to ways to address its tweets, and has plans to add pronouns to the language of the personal files, among which users choose how they want to be addressed.
Twitter confirmed that it is the first social networking site to introduce the “feminine Arabic formula” option.