People from all over the world were greeted by a colorful array of rainbow-themed posts in social media in honor of the LGBT Pride Month, particularly, the US Supreme Court?s decision to legalize all gay marriage in the US.
Facebook, Google, Twitter, Youtube, Microsoft, and even, Game of Thrones, among others, showed their support in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet, along with the now viral hashtag #LoveWins.
Facebook, for example, offered a nifty feature in your account that allows you to ?rainbowfy? your profile picture and use it in your account via https://www.facebook.com/celebratepride.
The Google Touch
Google, on the other hand, posted a special GIF on Twitter which paid homage to the first rainbow flag used for the LGBT community in 1978.
Android ?Outs? Spaceman
Android showed their support also with a GIF showing their signature green spaceman waving a pride flag. Microsoft also, through their Lumia line, honored #LoveWins by presenting their phones in order of the LGBT shade.
YouTube Vid goes viral
YouTube also showed their support to Pride Month by featuring LGBT videos on their Spotlight Channel, showcasing videos that support the community to as far back as 10 years ago. One their coming out videos collect touching instances of gay people coming out to their family. The video has been shared more than 500,000 times since yesterday, while Spotlight will feature the videos upto June 28.
Other brands also support
But it?s not just the tech and social media industries that showed support to Pride Month. Other brands such as Levi?s, Kellogs, Jell-O, KFC, Starbucks, Burt?s Bees, Cheerios, Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Kool-Aid, Uniqlo, Gap, United Airlines, Absolut Vodka, Doritos, Delta Airlines, Nasdaq, Goldman Sachs, and American Airlines unified under the hashtag #LoveWins.