Facebook/Insta Have Banned Your Favorite "Sexual Emojis."

No eggplant for you!

October 30, 2019

This is why we can't have nice things.  And dirty emojis.

Because you're dirty.

Facebook and Instagram have "banned the use of commonly sexual emojis," including the eggplant, peach, and the water dripping.  We know what they're all used for, right?  Good.

Here's some of the legalese from the article: 

"The new rules come from section 16 of Community Standards, under 'Sexual Solicitation.'  In the introduction to this new addition, Facebook states that they draw the line 'When content facilitates, encourages or coordinates sexual encounters between adults.'  And there are two new criteria that fall under this section.  The first being is a user must 'implicitly or indirectly' offer some form of sexual communication, be it 'nude imagery,' sex, or 'sex chat conversations.' The second criteria is that content has to have some form of 'sexually suggestive elements.'


We'll adapt.  The carrot is still out there...the pear.  A guy can do some damage with the cherries emoji, too.  And what about the corn on the cob?  You can't stop us.  We're filthy enough to figure this stuff out.  You'll have to ban it all.

Cu...er, come and get it.