Who created a Red Light District for Adult Emoticons?
We at My Emoticons do have to take some responsibility. It was 2005 and we were busy designing innocent little msn emoticons and msn smileys for MyEmoticons.com. We were having fun designing sweet and innocent emoticons but the fun was taken to a different level altogether when lots of our users started asking for adult icons. We started to experiment with different styles. Very soon we’d built a collection of adult emoticons and adult avatars. Imagine naughty emoticons – cheeky and very funny but not too sexually explicit. To add a twist we played with a few sex animated smilies and sexy avatars. We’ll leave the rest to your imagination. I will say we made a conscious decision not to go too far. We created a limit: we defined ‘adult’ as meaning free from porn and erotic content. We haven’t included pornographic emoticons. We think that’s inappropriate. We also made a business decision (that cost us money), not to distribute these adult smileys free of charge. You have to pay to downlo