Marsha P Johnson Google Doodle (Photo Credits: Google)
Marsha P Johnson Google Doodle: Search engine Google (is missing through Google) today LGBTQ means that transgender voice for the rights of the gay community activist Marsha P. Johnson (Transgender Activist Marsha P Johnson) Special Doodle (Special Doodle). Marsha P Johnson’s name is one of the few faces in America to voice the rights of homosexuals. On 30 June last year, Marsha Johnson was posthumously declared the ‘Grand Marshal’ of the New York Pride March, an honorific position.
He had himself declared “drag queen”, the term used was made for those in Western civilization, who dress like women for the entertainment of being a male or used their way up. Although drag queens were seen in the modern era by associating them with ‘gay men’, this is not necessary because they can be of any gender or gender identity.
Google has used the painting of Marsha P Johnson in its doodle, created by Rob Gilliam of Los Angeles. The doodle uses a smiling colorful painting by Marsha P Johnson. Also read: Happy Father’s Day 2020 Google Doodle: Father’s Day greetings, Google create through this particular Doodle Creative Craft and his beloved father to sending Father’s Day Virtual Cards
Transgender activist Marsha P Johnson was born on 24 August 1945 in New Jersey. He was named Malcolm Michael Jr. after birth. It is said that after graduation in 1963, she went to Greenwich Village in New York, where the number of gay people was very high. It is believed that after coming here, he changed his name to Marsha P. Johnson.
In 1969, the ‘Stonewall Appraising Movement’ was launched to raise the voice for the rights of homosexuals. Marsha is considered one of the big faces joining this movement. It is believed that after this movement, there was talk of the rights of the gay community at the international level. Later, he along with his transgender partner Silvia Rivera founded an organization called ‘Star’.