Google shows its support for Gay Pride Month with rainbow art for LGBT search terms

Google Gay Pride Month
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:

  • gay pride month
  • gay rights
  • LGBT
  • same sex marriage

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):

Gay Pride 2016 Google banner

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:

2015

google lgbt search 2015 gay pride month

2014

Google gay pride banner June 2014

2013

Google-gay-search-bar

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