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Make glasses cool with new emojis, urges UK schoolgirl


After convincing Disney to create a bespectacled heroine in the film "Encanto", 13-year-old Lowri Moore now campaigns for more emoji options with glasses. She hopes that better representation will make people "feel confident in wearing their glasses".

Added on the 03/11/2022 06:33:00 - Copyright : AFP EN

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