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I showed some of the Flirtmoji to a friend, and she wasn’t surprised when I told her that you’re a woman. And that’s so beautiful, coming from another woman, that she saw that. Right, so I noticed that the free set of Flirtmoji don’t have hair, and I was wondering about that decision. I’m really glad you’re bringing that up because I feel like I’m being held accountable for that.
She said that men don’t tend to draw breasts like that. Hair has actually been really contentious and funny and also a major design issue, all while being a major conceptual necessity to all of us. I think it’s really important, and actually making it come across has been incredibly difficult.
We wanted them to be able pick their own body parts in the Emoji — within the limits of size and colors.
So we invited a ton of people to come look at them and to provide feedback.
Later that year, the emoji inspired a trend on Instagram and other social-media sites called “#Eggplant Friday,” a hashtag that was linked to posts where men posted explicit images of their “eggplants.” But in 2015, Instagram actually blocked the emoji and references to it (e.g., “#eggplant”) from its search functionality.
In 2016, the American Dialect Society named the emoji in the UK and Japan.
Some of these, like the vulva in particular, are really detailed and surprisingly anatomically correct.
We realized that we needed to do this, to draw up sex as icons, and make it completely comprehensive, funny, and diverse. Everyone looked at them, everyone talked about them, everyone had their two cents, and then being the only woman in a group of guys discussing body parts, obviously there are moments that are a little hairy, but… Well yea that’s a whole other conversation, because how do you make hair in simple line strokes?
But we do have a few new ones that have hair, and we’re working on it.
I’m not surprised that you discussed hair in that way because from what I can tell, Flirtmoji seems really sex-positive and diverse. My friends and I are not accurately represented in emoji, and it’s frustrating.
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