From the dancing lady to Cher's favourite ghost, emojis have revolutionised the way we all communicate - not least for the gays.
But now a new keyboard means you can kiss goodbye to the aubergine and winky face, and utilise a whole range of LGBT-inspired icons, from the 'power bottom' to the 'shantay you stay'.
Gmojiz is produced by Kibo, who've previously made tailored keyboard apps for companies like Chelsea FC, Arsenal, City, Barca, Madrid and so on.
The idea came about after the company were approached by Ivri Lider, an Israeli musician and LGBT activist, who told them: "It's great that you've done for these tight-knit and passionate communities, but what about our community?"
Grindr will never look the same again.
Gmojiz is available to download
on iOS for £2.29. Why not add some sass to your messages.
Words: Darren Mew
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