It’s now the most popular way to communicate, the more simple and intuitive.
Emoji are everywhere and must represent all, they have become, in fact, also cause for battle.
There are those who wanted them for red hair people, some for women with hijab, some for the rainbow or intercultural families, lot of them for sexting and some, like Grindr, to make the meetings between its members even easier to organize.
The LGBT community can indeed make use of explicit gaymoji thanks to the last update of the gay dating app that, to completely eliminate shyness within its channel, it has provided eggplant, handcuffs, peaches, beauty queens and even something not quite legal as the popper, a golden ‘T‘ that recalls methamphetamine and the 701 blue pill that should represent the Prep, the preventive prophylaxis for relations to higher HIV risk.
The controversies were quite a few, but the ironic irreverence of most of emoji has shouted down them.