Which Pride is Google Talking About? What is Today’s Google Doodle?


    The present Google Doodle honors the 50th commemorations of the festival and acknowledgment of gay, lesbian, transgender and the community. Google’s Doodle envelops pride history in the period of June, which has come to be praised by the LGBTQI+ people group as Pride Month. The doodle made by Doodler Nate Swinehart commends, respects and exhibits the festival and freedom of the whole LGBTQI+ people group just as how Pride History formed his own voyage.

    Google Doodle Pride Month

    The month of June is very special for the people who belong to the LGBT community. This is because June is celebrated as the LGBT pride month. This is done to commemorate the Stonewall riots which occurred during the intense backdrop of scrutiny that Gay or LGBT people received in the US in the 20th Century. And to celebrate this google has created their custom doodle ‘Celebrating 50 years of Pride’.

    Google Doodle Pride

    Many People Over Instagram have Been Spotted Using #pride for Showing Happiness they foresee from this Month.

    It’s Pride month, and with 2019 the 50th commemoration of lesbian, gay, cross-sexual, and transgender characters, regularly all in all known as Gay Pride or LGBT Pride, people group over the world are commending the momentous month.

    Google Doodle

    Google Doodle Art Director Erich Nagler, who also partnered on this project, shares his thoughts on the Doodle below:

    “When I was 18 years old, I went to college in New York City. Even as I was still finding my way out of the closet, I found myself on a walk through Greenwich Village, across Seventh Avenue where the street grid shifts and the streets get names instead of numbers. I passed Sheridan Square onto Christopher Street, the historic gay heart of the city. Here was the Stonewall Inn, the Lucille Loretta Theatre, the entrance to the PATH train, and the piers out into the Hudson River. Here was a neighborhood and a community where I could begin to love myself more and hate myself less, where I finally felt accepted, where I didn’t have to hide or pretend, where I could fully be me and find others like me. GoogeOver the past 50 years, that powerful spirit of pride has spread from Christopher Street to other streets and neighborhoods and communities, connecting people all around the world. That expanding spirit of love and acceptance is something we’ve hoped to capture in today’s Doodle.”[SOURCE: GOOGLE DOODLE]

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    Two Presidents of the United States have formally announced a Pride Month. To begin with, President Bill Clinton proclaimed June “Gay and Lesbian Pride Month” in 1999 and 2000. At that point from 2009 to 2016, every year he was in office, President Barack Obama proclaimed June LGBT Pride Month.