PHOTOS/VIDEO: Google expresses continued support for LGBT community

Google is an enterprise that has always been a loud and proud supporter of the LGBT community. They've pubished viral videos, launched social campaigns, and created Google Doodles promoting LGBT issues and personalities.

We all remember their support during the Olympics in Sochi:

And now, in honor of June being LGBT pride month, the Google Headquarters in New York City has added a rainbow touch to their sign. Check it out:

Additionally, searches entered into the Google search engine that are recognized as LGBT-related generate a rainbow colored banner:

And they are standing by YouTube during their #ProudToPlay campaign:

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