A variant of the Google logo, representing their LGBT employees, known as Gayglers.
A variant of the Google logo, representing their LGBT employees, known as Gayglers.

Gayglers is a term for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees of Google. The term was first used for all LGBT employees at the company in 2006, and was conceived as a portmanteau between "Google", the company they worked for, and "gay", a term referring to homosexual men, and by extension, LGBT people.[1]

Other than its own in-application resources, Google provides no way for users to report anti-LGBTQ+ and other hate speech violations on its platforms. There is presently no way for the public to get in contact with Google's internal LTBTQ+ teams or the "Gayglers" community within Google to report instances of hate speech or discrimination. [2]

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References

  1. ^ "4년 전 더블린의 구글 유럽." September 26, 2006 – via Flickr.
  2. ^ "Google - Supporting the LGBTQ+ Community: Pride and Beyond - Google". pride.google.