As part of the LGBT + Pride celebration, Google Maps introduced a new feature that tells people where the places with gender-neutral bathrooms are
Constantly Google offers new functions in its service that are related to the monthly celebrations. On the occasion of the month of LGBT + pride, Maps introduced a new tool to teach people the safest places.
So that individuals can go out to celebrate in “friendly” spaces, the application will show the places that have gender neutral bathrooms.
“#Pride is a symbol of community, equality, inclusion and progress. This month we will share how you can find safe spaces on Google Maps and celebrate LGBTQ friendly places near you. “
This measure of gender-neutral bathrooms helps to be able to know if the places are identified as a safe place for the people of the LGBT + community.
He also announced that memories in the Photos app will be restricted and made more inclusive, so that it is not a painful platform for trans people.
Apart from the gender neutral bathrooms, the tech giant will implement more measures. For example the platform Google Arts & Culture and to offer more information about LGBT + artists.
#Pride is a symbol of community, equality, inclusivity, and progress.
– Google Maps (@googlemaps) June 2, 2021
You can also see 5 thousand photographs that illustrate the history of the community. For his part Google tv add new collections for Pride reasons.
When texting Pride in the search engine Google a shower of confetti and flags will be presented to make the platform more colorful. On June 2, they dedicated their Doodle to Frank Kamenty, a pioneer of the movement demanding rights for the LGBT + community.
In celebration of Pride Month, today’s #GoogleDoodle honors astronomer, veteran, & gay rights activist, Dr. Frank Kameny — an influential figure in the LGBTQ rights movement 🔭🌈❤️
– Google Doodles (@GoogleDoodles) June 2, 2021
Juan Rajlin, treasurer and co-global executive of PRIDE at Google, reported the measures that had been taken for the month of June.
Through a statement it was also reported that a support fund of 4 million dollars will be given to support the LGBT + communities. It is intended to benefit 100 organizations in 60 countries.