Definitely something that we often see on the girl’s private Instagram profiles when they decide that they just won’t accept the follow requests from the people that they don’t know or in some cases as a description to the profiles of girls that decided not accept males to be their followers. Anyways, it is something we see just as often as the No entry sign and although we might still don’t get why is it that these people decide to use this emoji in such way, it still makes sense to use this to depict anything forbidden for certain groups.
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