Interracial couples aren’t represented in emoji form. Tinder wants to change that. – Mashable


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Interracial couples aren't represented in emoji form. Tinder wants to change that.
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You might well be wondering why interracial couple emojis don't already exist. Given that Apple released its first emoji set in Japan way back in 2008, and made emoji available worldwide in 2011, it's a fair question to ask. In 2015, after calls for
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