Apple is rolling out a selection of gender-neutral emojis with iOS 11.1.

Among hundreds of new options set to become available in coming weeks, the company is giving users the opportunity to sprinkle their digital communications with gender-neutral adults, seniors, and kids.

Apple announced the move in a Friday update on its website. According to Buzzfeed, users should expect the emojis to be available on their keyboards at the end of October or early November.

In the spirit of inclusivity, I eagerly await the addition of a more gender-neutral snowperson emoji. While the current option is indisputably well-dressed, his top hat is a clear indication that he identifies as a man.

Emily Jashinsky is a commentary writer for the Washington Examiner.