Google adds rainbow to search bar for gay pride month
There’s a rainbow at the end of some Google searches.
To mark June as Gay and Lesbian Pride month, the search giant is adding a rainbow to the right side of the search bar when users search for “gay,” “lesbian,” “transgender,” or related terms.
The six-color rainbow, a symbol of gay pride, is a new addition this year. In the past, Google added a thin bar below the search window with the six colors placed end to end.
While the company normally avoids taking a public stand on social issues, the company has taken a high-profile stance in support of gay rights.