2 years ago1,000+ Views

I'm all for girl power.

What better time to release a girl power emoji then during #WomensHistoryMonth, right? While that's all fine and dandy, am I the only one curious as to where the African American girl power emoji is?
Maybe it's just me, but you can't enforce girl power and women's empowerment -- yet only create two versions of the emoji. I usually don't trip over things of this nature, but it's only right. You can't have some and not have them all. It has absolutely nothing to do with race, it has to do with being fair. All girls Matter. All women matter. If you agree that there should be a girl power emoji for every complexion, leave a comment with #AllGirlsMatter below.
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Wow!!!! Great thing to point out. I didn't even think about that. I agree with you 100%, I never thought about more masculine attire being compared to powerful images of women @sophiamor
2 years ago·Reply
People are complaining about this stuff?
2 years ago·Reply
Ugh, who designs the emojis and how can I go talk to them?
2 years ago·Reply
A question that definitely needs answers @nicolejb
2 years ago·Reply