As BRIS, the organisation behind Abused Emojis says, "a complex reality demands a complex set of symbols."
The Swedish non-profit has created a free app that provides the user with a unique set of emojis. The familiar symbols are shown in situations of abuse that may be hard to convey in words. This means the user can warn the organisation about their suffering by sending an emoji, thereby eliminating the potential risks that come with phone calls and texts.
Like most things that hail from Scandinavia, the emojis are subtle, understated and completely effective.
Except this one. I have no idea what it means:
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