Not Every Brand Loves Emojis. Always 'Like a Girl' Says the Female Ones Are Terrible

Brand rips into stereotypes

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Most brands have expressed eternal love for emojis in recent years, as they try to talk the talk of young people today. Not so fast, says Always' "Like a Girl" campaign, which points out in a new ad that the images of women in the standard Unicode emoji set are woefully stereotypical.

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