• Love includes all (Love-Moji)Source: Love-Moji
Love excludes no one.
Bianca Soldani

5 Oct 2016 - 12:08 PM  UPDATED 5 Oct 2016 - 12:28 PM

More and more people are seeing themselves represented in emoji form - even if the latest release had to be prompted by a new movie.

Interracial couple emojis are now a thing after the previous versions for both inter- and same-sex couples only came in a yellow-skinned form.

The new skin tones are available on the Love-moji app for the love-heart and hand holding emojis, and were created to coincide with the promotion of new film Loving.

The movie stars Ruth Negga alongside Australian actor Joel Edgerton, and follows the story of a Virginian couple who fought to have interracial marriage legalised in the US Supreme Court in the 1960s.

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