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IN Lifestyle ON 02 Dec, 2015
London Reuters and condom makers Durex presented an official submission of accepting condom emoji on World AIDS Day. For safe and protected sex, we all know condom is a must and basic protection to avoid many complications. To fight against HIV, Durex raised a social media campaign last month "to create the first official safe-sex emoji", asking users to use #condomemoji.
According to Durex, in the age of smart phones and tablets, the young use 80% of emoticons to express emotions or physical things. They found out that many young couples use various emojis to discuss sex but not the most encouraging safe-sex, so it proposed an angled, inflated condom to raise the campaign awareness. Here we also think it's fair enough if emojis are presented on social media which signifies Kiss, Love making etc. then why not Safe sex.
And we guess their is no harm also if there is the availability of an emoji that better represents safe sex.
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