Google commemorated the Supreme Court's decisions Wednesday on same-sex marriage by hiding an Easter egg in it search engine.
Type in the word "gay" on Google's home page and the results page will show a rainbow surrounding the search bar. An Easter egg is an inside joke or hidden message typically hidden in programming code, books or movies.
The(DOMA) that extends the same federal benefits given to heterosexual couples to those in same-sex marriages, and in a separate ruling on California's Proposition 8, cleared the way for same-sex marriages to resume in that state.
The search giant has supported marriage equality in the past. During the November 2012 elections, Google released a video to support marriage equality initiatives in four states: Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington.
Google employees also contributed to the "It Gets Better Project" by releasing a video of personal stories, which tell gay and lesbian teenagers that life will get better when they become adults.