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  • Ad agency designs lesbian emojis
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Ad agency designs lesbian emojis

In 2014, a filmmaker retold Beyonce’s ‘Drunk In Love’ through emojis. Trivial though it may seem, it serves to demonstrate the vast variety of emojis available to us. And following the announcement of racially diverse emojis, lesbian emojis are set to join the party too.

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