Google Doodle: The five decades of Pride of LGBTQ celebrated
New Delhi : Google Doodle celebrated 50 years of Pride by making us taking through the five decades of Pride history, all through the evolving and international pride parade.
On Tuesday, Google celebrated the fifth anniversary of the celebration and acceptance of gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual identities. The month of June is celebrated as LGBTQI+ community as Pride Month.
Talking about the Doodle, Nate Swinehart said, "The Pride Parade is a symbol of celebration and liberation for the entire LGBTQ+ community. From its early days of activism on Christopher Street in New York City to the worldwide celebrations of today, it has empowered and given voice to a bright and vibrant community."
He further said, "In celebrating 50 years of Pride, my coworker Cynthia Cheng first had the idea to depict the parade itself and show it growing in size and momentum across the decades. Inspired by this concept, I began exploring different styles that could fully capture the feeling of a growing parade and relate to all who are a part of it. After several experiments, I landed on the idea of using strips of cut paper to depict the people and setting."