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Now that history was made at the Supreme Court, you can now show that you’re “feeling pride” on Facebook by adding a new rainbow icon to your status updates. See how to get the rainbow icon on Facebook.

Now that history was made at the Supreme Court, you can now show that you’re “feeling pride” on Facebook by adding a new rainbow icon to your status updates. See how to get the rainbow icon on Facebook.

— 9 months ago with 151 notes
#Facebook  #Pride  #LGBT  #Supreme Court  #SCOTUS  #marriage equality  #LGBTQ  #GLAAD 
Nominate GLAAD for a social media award in the Shorty Awards
We want you to vote for us in the 5th Annual Shorty Awards! Tweet a vote of support for us in the activism category. The Shorty Awards “honor the best in social media; recognizing the people and organizations producing real-time short content across Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and the rest of the social web.” Each year, millions visit the Shorty Awards site to vote for the social media content creators of their choice.
GLAAD has led the conversation toward equality on social media this year. We have used our Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and Instagram accounts to spread a message of equality and acceptance. Help us by going to the Shorty Award website and tweeting a vote of support in the activism category
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Nominate GLAAD for a social media award in the Shorty Awards

We want you to vote for us in the 5th Annual Shorty Awards! Tweet a vote of support for us in the activism category. The Shorty Awards “honor the best in social media; recognizing the people and organizations producing real-time short content across Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and the rest of the social web.” Each year, millions visit the Shorty Awards site to vote for the social media content creators of their choice.

GLAAD has led the conversation toward equality on social media this year. We have used our Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and Instagram accounts to spread a message of equality and acceptance. Help us by going to the Shorty Award website and tweeting a vote of support in the activism category

— 1 year ago with 7 notes
#Shorty Awards  #FAcebook  #Tumblr  #instagram  #Twitter  #LGBT  #lesbian  #gay  #bisexual  #transgender  #GLAAD 
Have you RSVP’d on Facebook to go purple on #SpiritDay 10/19 to stand up against bullying? DO IT NOW.

Have you RSVP’d on Facebook to go purple on #SpiritDay 10/19 to stand up against bullying? DO IT NOW.

— 1 year ago with 68 notes
#Facebook  #Spirit Day  #go purple  #larry stylinson  #GLAAD  #LGBT 
Facebook adds new timeline icons for married same-sex couples
Facebook has rolled out a new feature providing additional recognition for its users who are married to a person of the same sex. Now these users who have indicated on their Facebook timeline that they are married will be recognized by new same-sex marriage icons, rather than the marriage icon used for straight married couples.

Facebook adds new timeline icons for married same-sex couples

Facebook has rolled out a new feature providing additional recognition for its users who are married to a person of the same sex. Now these users who have indicated on their Facebook timeline that they are married will be recognized by new same-sex marriage icons, rather than the marriage icon used for straight married couples.

— 1 year ago with 1096 notes
#LGBT  #LGBTQ  #lesbian  #gay  #bisexual  #transgender  #queer  #Facebook  #marriage equality