Google adopts gay rainbow doodle in response to Olympics
Google have joined the growing number of corporations that are speaking out against the anti-gay situation in Russia on the eve of the Sochi Winter Olympics.
When users click on the google doodle, users are taken to a search that includes the Olympic charter.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has come under strong criticism since awarding Russia, with its terrible gay rights abuses, the Winter Olympics, in Sochi, which are due to begin today.
Yesterday Channel 4 in the UK launched a video which supports gay rights within the Olympics. Whilst earlier in the week telecoms giant AT&T became the first major Olympic team sponsor to publicly condemn Russia’s anti-gay laws.
TheGayUK released its findings this week that shows the potential true cost to companies that have commercially supported the Olympics.