Tweeting Rainbow: Social media explodes in gay pride after SCOTUS ruling

Reuters / Jose Luis Gonzalez
Social media erupted into a storm of rainbows following a landmark ruling by the US Supreme Court making same-sex marriage a legal right in all 50 states.

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Twitter itself commented on the massive trend of tweets on the social media platform and showed its approval for the ruling with the #LoveWins hashtag, which now has a rainbow heart emoji automatically added to the end of it.

The Supreme Court's decision, announced Friday morning, has united diverse groups ranging from Jewish feminist organizations to the creators of comedic humiliation-focused website FailBlog.

The American Civil Liberties Union, one of the largest civil rights advocacy organizations in the United States, has fought for gay rights and other progressive causes throughout its history.

Anyone who thinks corporate America is a consistent friend to the conservatives should take a look at the Twitter feeds of the largest consumer-facing companies.

In addition to adding rainbow-colored images above search results, Google announced that “YouTube and Google are proud to celebrate marriage equality. #ProudtoLove,” on its landing page. The Google Maps Twitter account also joined in the celebration.

Apple CEO Tim Cook is a clear supporter, himself being gay. In terms of market capitalization, the company that he runs is the largest in the world.

Ben and Jerry’s has long supported progressive causes, so their reaction should come as no surprise to anyone.

Several products seem to be made for rainbow-themed celebrations.

Others not so much, but that hasn’t stopped the makers of your favorite cereals from making it clear that they want to bring in the same-sex customers, too.