Google is standing strong with its support of gay rights this month by displaying a rainbow ribbon for LGBT-related searches to mark Gay Pride Month.
The Gay Pride inspired artwork shows up across the top of the search results page for a number of LGBT terms, including:
Google has featured rainbow-colored artwork for LGBT-related searches during Gay Pride Month for several years now.
This year, Google’s support is being shown via a rainbow-colored ribbon strung across the top of the search results page (the Google logo in the upper left-hand corner is not associated with Gay Pride Month, but today’s Google Doodle honoring Lotte Reiniger):
Google’s Gay Pride artwork has always included the rainbow-inspired images atop LGBT-related search results. Here’s a quick collection of the site’s Gay Pride banners from previous years:
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