Other small changes from iOS 8.2 to 8.3 make the dancers a little more, um, risque. Aside from the provocative headwear, the girls now have narrower frames, wear leotards with a slightly different cut, and are in a pose that appears to be more suggestive.

It is an interesting contrast that Apple is progressive enough to include same-sex couples in its emoji set, while its dancing girls are outfitted with a costume prop that some would say objectifies women and reinforces outdated ideas of their role in serving men.

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