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Lifestyle · June 14, 2021 · 11:21 PM PDT
Twitter adds 'Arabic (feminine)' language option in diversity drive
Twitter (TWTR.N) on Tuesday introduced an "Arabic (feminine)" language setting enabling the social media site to speak to users using feminine grammar, part of what it said was an inclusion and diversity drive.
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