Google’s Pride Month easter egg releases confetti and LGBTQ+ flags

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Pride month is on its means, and Google is celebrating with a brand new easter egg that unleashes confetti and a wide range of LBGTQ+ flags.

Now whenever you seek for ‘Pride’ or ‘Pride Month’ on Google, the web page hundreds usually and like a shock birthday, confetti seems on the display screen.

You’ll see numerous flags to help the number of LGBTQ+ communities, together with Pride, transgender, non-binary, intersex, asexual, agender, lesbian, bisexual, and pansexual communities.

While you’ll be able to’t do something with the confetti, it prompts with a wide range of LGBTQ+ phrases.

Pride Month runs from June 1st to June thirtieth, and the ‘Gay Pride Toronto’ weekend sometimes takes place over the past weekend of the month. Oddly sufficient, Canada’s LGBTQ History Month truly takes place in October.

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Written by Gideon


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