Though the post has now apparently been removed, it immediately caused a furor, though the professional dancer didn't fold to pressure that he was being insensitive.TMZ reports the girl's mother contacted the dancer several times via email to request that he take the picture down. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. A proposal to expand the skin color options for emojis (pictuerd) may get the thumbs up from those calling for more diversity in the icons.
The emojis' skin tones will be based on the six tones of the Fitzpatrick scale, (pictured) a recognised standard for dermatology.


Emojis (pictured) were originally popular in Japan.A Originally meaning pictograph, the word emoji literally means 'picture'(e) + 'letter' (moji)Emojis were originally popular in Japan, and widely used online.
The default emoji face was designed to be generic, but is Caucasian, rather than an unrealistic shade such as bright yellowTHE RISE OF EMOJIA study in April found that the top trending word of the year, so far, is emoji. Your reputation is who people think you are.'A The girl is seekingA $6 million from Val, $600k from the photographer and $6 million from CBS in damages according to TMZ. The exact shades may vary between implementations.a€™If the proposal goes through, people who cana€™t see colour on their screens, will be able to see the intended colour of an emoji.






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