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What's with the red 'equals' sign on Facebook?

  • The Human Rights Campaign's blue and yellow equality symbol goes red while Supreme Court hears same-sex marriage arguments
The Human Rights Campaign logo goes red while the United States Supreme Court hears arguments surrounding same-sex marriage

Are you seeing red "equals" signs on your Facebook or Twitter feed?

The Human Rights Campaign is asking same-sex marriage supporters to post it or use it as their profile picture.

The group changed up its traditionally blue and yellow logo ahead of the Supreme Court's expected decision on two historic marriage equality cases. Why red? They say, red is the color of love. A similar campaign swept social media last march when the court heard arguments on the cases.

During those hearings a whole new meme was born:

Of course there are also those who oppose same sex marriage who are taking the meme in a different direction:

Did you change your profile picture? What was the response from your friends or followers?

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