Google's Gay Pride Rainbow

Jun 20, 2011 • 8:09 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

This month is Gay and Lesbian Pride Month and Google is showing their pride by adding a rainbow to the search box for some search results.

For example, search in Google for [gay] or other related searches and you will see a rainbow on the right hand side of the search box.

Google Gay Rainbow

Google also had this in 2008, but used a rainbow colored separated bar between the free and paid results.

Google is known as a company that is very gay and lesbian friendly. In fact, they came out with a controversial commercial about Gay rights.

That being said - it is Gay and Lesbian Pride month and Google is doing their part to bring it to light.

Forum discussion at Google Web Search Help.

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Comments:

Oba

06/20/2011 12:48 pm

Good they don't have a pride year...

David Wilkinson

06/20/2011 03:26 pm

This isn't all search results - just LGBT specific ones. Quit yo' whining, fool! Funkyness FTW!

Zrafferty

07/06/2011 06:33 pm

god made adam and eve not adam and steve

Angus55535

07/26/2011 03:29 am

jackoff

Irish Verde Mundo

09/01/2011 01:06 pm

 We should accept these people. They're part of our society. Let's not hate each other. Make love not war. registry mechanic

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