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Facebook and Instagram to ban “sexual” use of eggplant, and peach emojis

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Facebook, which has been caught up in the dual struggle for the political advertising, the conduct of the war, and against, eggplant, and peaches?

Back in July, Facebook, and Instagram are updated with the social rules of language with respect to any form of sexual expression is allowed on the platform.

The pairing of an eggplant, or a peach emoji, with an expression of what a GAY site news Out.com call “being horny” that could be classified as a “sexual solicitation.” That, in turn, allows your account to be flagged, or banned, according to a porn industry news site XBIZ.

Under Facebook’s Community Standards, and “striking elements”, which could get you banned if it is associated with the nude images, sex, gender, or sexual partners, sex chat conversations including context-specific, and, often, sexual emojis or emoji strings.”

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“[The content] will be removed from Facebook and Instagram as a sexual emoji next to an explicit or indirect, to ask for naked pictures, or sex or sexual partners, sex chat and talks,” Instagram told the New York Post. “We don’t take action in just emojis.”

Some porn actors have been targeted by the tech giant’s standards.

Adult actress Kendra James told XBIZ she was once banned by Instagram on the grounds of the invitation to do so “after I told a guy that the DM would have me demanding a free naked photo’s, that this is my job, and the opportunity to become a member of my site.

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