- Najja Parker The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“As Pride celebrations begin around the world, Facebook is proud to support our diverse community, including those that have identified themselves on Facebook as gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender or gender non-conforming,” the company said in a press release.
The social media site rolled out the icon this week, adding it to the existing range of reactions: love, haha, wow, sad, and angry.
But if you don’t have it just yet. Don’t worry. It’s easy to snag. Just log into your account and give the LGBTQ@Facebook a thumbs up.
The symbol is just one of several features Facebook is launching for June. The company is also adding Pride-themed frames to its camera, and wishing users Happy Pride on their news feeds.