Gay Pride

  • How tech companies are recognizing Pride Month

    How tech companies are recognizing Pride Month

    In the month of June, tech companies celebrated Pride in the best way they know how: small, quirky product updates. With San Francisco and New York’s annual Pride event hitting this weekend, it’s a good time to reflect on just how far LGBTQ visibility in the tech community has come in a few short years. While there’s still plenty of work to be done, we’re happy to… Read More

  • Instagram celebrates Pride Month with a very rainbowy sticker set

    Instagram celebrates Pride Month with a very rainbowy sticker set

    There is no such thing as too many rainbows. For LGBTQ Pride Month, Instagram is rolling out a special set of pride-flavored features, including a sticker set (Instagram has stickers now, you’ve probably noticed) and a rainbow brush. Did I mention you can never have too many rainbows? Read More

  • Heads Up, Haters, 70% Of The U.S. Has A Gay Friend On Facebook

    Heads Up, Haters, 70% Of The U.S. Has A Gay Friend On Facebook

    Americans are growing more open about their sexuality, and that could defeat prejudice. In honor of Gay Pride week, Facebook ran the numbers and found 70% of US users are friends with someone who lists themselves as gay, lesbian, or bisexual on their Timeline. That fact could remind people they’re hurting someone they know when they’re intolerant or use homophobic slurs. Read More

  • Facebook, Google, And Other Tech Companies Show Off Their Gay Pride (Pics)

    Facebook, Google, And Other Tech Companies Show Off Their Gay Pride (Pics)

    Pride got high tech this weekend as thousands of employees from Google, Facebook, Electronic Arts, Zynga, and more celebrated to support equal rights for everyone. Parades in San Francisco and New York saw search engine, social network, and game developer logos decked out in rainbows as engineers danced in the streets. Here’s a look at our favorite photos of tech companies representing… Read More