All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘LGBT pride month’

Google Searches Go Colorful, 3D for LGBT Pride Month

Google, always on the forefront of public support for LGBT rights, is once again celebrating LGBT pride month with a colorful search box that appears when certain queries are made. And this time, it’s 3D! LGBT-related searches such as LGBT, gay, gay marriage, lesbian, transgender, bisexual, homosexual, and queer will bring up the multi-colored, 3D search results box. Last year, …

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Google’s Gayglers Look Back On This Year Of Celebrating LGBT Pride

Today, in an official blog post, Google continued their trend of publicly supporting LGBT pride. June is officially LGBT Pride Month, and Google obviously wanted to make a final push in support of the cause before it’s over. And they also reminded us of the official term for a gay Googler: We encourage people to bring their whole selves to …

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Oreo’s Gay Pride Facebook Post Creates A Firestorm (Shocking!)

June is officially LGBT Pride month, as President Obama continued the tradition with an address last week at the White House. “And as long as I have the privilege of being your President, I promise you, you won’t just have a friend in the White House, you will have a fellow advocate for an America where no matter what you …

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Google, Once Again, Shows Gay Pride With Colorful Search Bar

June is LGBT Pride Month, a celebration officially begun in 2000 when President Clinton declared the month “Gay & Lesbian Pride Month.” Every June since President Obama took office, he has declared the month “LGBT Pride Month,” which recognizes two additional groups – bisexual and transgender. In 2011, President Obama called upon Americans to “observe this month by fighting prejudice …

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