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This is what happens when you google LGBT-related searches

June 08th, 2018
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Just in time for the Gay Pride Month this year, Google shows their support for the LGBTQ+ community by having a rainbow banner across the Google page whenever you Google LGBT-related searches! You can see the cute rainbow design just a bit below the search bar. Here is what it looks like:

Google has been featuring rainbow banners in various designs for years now, even as early as the year 2008! Other searches that can display this rainbow banners include the keywords “same-sex marriage,” “gay pride,” “lesbian,” and “stonewall,” among others.

Here are some of the rainbow designs throughout the years:

2008

Photo Credit: Flickr.com/Barry Schwartz

2011

Photo Credit: Search Engine Land

2012

Photo Credit: Search Engine Land

2015

2016

We appreciate the support, Google! ❤

InqPOP!/Bea Constantino

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