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Gay emojis: Ranking the queerest emojis in all the land

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iPhone emblems of LGBTQ+ culture. Our super official ranking criteria is based on emojis that land the fiercest with emphasis, have the broadest situational applications, and exude the ability to stand alone without further explanation needed.

And ultimately, most importantly, those which are used in the gayest contexts.The best emojis say so much with so little, which is why they enliven and (thankfully) shorten conversations.

You’re able to dictate mood and tone without needing to provide an emotional alias. You don’t have to worry about words being used against you.People who use emojis while texting tend to have more sex than those who don'tWe’ve traveled wide and far, swiping across the diameters of our screens to decide which emojis are oozing with gayness.

Of course, many gays play better in groups, and so certain emojis won as a team. A classic! The Eggplant + Sweat Droplets + Peach emoji combo creates an image that could be interpreted as hot sex and is commonly used on our favorite gay dating apps.

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