Facebook kicks off pride month 2018 with a bunch of new stickers and backgrounds

June 4, 2018 Tristan Greene


Facebook began its pride month celebration this year by launching a plethora of cool LGBTQ-themed features including profile frames, backgrounds, stickers, and more. The best part: these new features won’t be vanishing at the end of pride month like last year’s. The social media network unveiled the new features last week, which include the usual rainbow-themed stickers and backgrounds for text posts, filters for messenger, and a few frames for profile pics. To get started with the text effects, log in to Facebook and start a new post. You can then select a background or stickers for your posts —…

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