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She said that men don’t tend to draw breasts like that. Hair has actually been really contentious and funny and also a major design issue, all while being a major conceptual necessity to all of us. I think it’s really important, and actually making it come across has been incredibly difficult.
But we do have a few new ones that have hair, and we’re working on it.
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We realized that we needed to do this, to draw up sex as icons, and make it completely comprehensive, funny, and diverse. Everyone looked at them, everyone talked about them, everyone had their two cents, and then being the only woman in a group of guys discussing body parts, obviously there are moments that are a little hairy, but… Well yea that’s a whole other conversation, because how do you make hair in simple line strokes?
I showed some of the Flirtmoji to a friend, and she wasn’t surprised when I told her that you’re a woman. And that’s so beautiful, coming from another woman, that she saw that. Right, so I noticed that the free set of Flirtmoji don’t have hair, and I was wondering about that decision. I’m really glad you’re bringing that up because I feel like I’m being held accountable for that.
But when it comes to sexting, they're pretty inadequate., Melissa Coghlan along with the writer, Stephanie Fabrizi give us fresh insight into the movie and what it took to make it.My interview with the writer of the film, Stephanie, started off with her asking me point blank: This film is polarising right? It kind of threw me off at first, but I was completely honest and replied: "If I didn’t like it I would have said I was too busy to do this interview."And we went from there.I almost tried to privatise it but publicise it at the same time.It’s so personal, I’m like, ‘You can’t have it, it’s private.’ The way I wanted to do that with writing was to say that this is not to be seen, it is to be felt.