Is Mark Zuckerberg a gay

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has greeted Pride weekend around the sphere. In a public post on Facebook, he assumed: “June is LGBT Pride Month, a time to celebrate variety & show our pride in the assistances of lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender people to groups all over the sphere.

“Facebook is an honored supporter of Pride, and staffs in many nations are taking part in events and beautifying our offices to show support.

He went on over to welcome the Supreme Court dominant on same-sex marriage, saying: “Our nation was founded on the promise that all persons are created equivalent, & today we took one more step towards attaining that promise.

“I’m so glad for all of my friends and everybody in our community who can lastly celebrate their love and be familiar as equal couples in the law.

“We still have much extra to do to reach full equality for everyone in our community, but we are moving in the right way.”

He has parade comes just days after a landmark choice by the Supreme Court striking down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as illegal. The act, passed in 1996, denied federal welfares to gay couples lawfully married in states that permitted it.

The Supreme Court also failed to rule on California's Proposition 8, a law banning gay wedding passed shortly after it was allowable. That decision means California should accept by a lower court ruling striking down the state's stay on same sex marriage.

That decision means same-sex couples must be able to pursue a wedding license in California in about 30 days, the top of an extra level of party during San Francisco's parade.

Facebook has also put up extra signs around its campus to appearance its support for Pride Month, in addition to the Supreme Court decision. A multicolored ring, pictured below, can be gotten on the ring finger outside the corporation's campus.

House Independent Leader Nancy Pelosi and writer Dustin Lance Black were among the marchers in San Francisco's 43rd Annual Gay Pride Parade this past vacation, but another Silicon Valley star was there, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook rented a car and adorned it with glowing decorations as 700 of the corporation's lesbians, gay, bisexual & transgender (LGBT) employees walked sideways, with Zuckerberg among those on the trolley.

This was the 3rd year Facebook has marched in San Francisco's Pride Parade & it also comes at a period when Facebook has been exact open about their receipt & love for the LGBT community.

Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote an expressive letter in Bloomberg BusinessWeek on Thursday, publicizing openly that he's gay.

"While I have not ever denied my sexuality, I haven't publicly recognized it either, until now," Cook wrote. "So let me clear: I'm honored to be gay, and I reflect being gay between the greatest gifts God has assumed me."

The tech business had largely positive responses, with the likes of Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella & Android chief Sundar Pichai expressing their opinions of Twitter.