Today, July 1, 2017, we the queer community are in mourning for one of our own. Our brightest star has faded from the heavens and the world is that much dimmer without its light. Rest in peace, Facebook Pride reaction, we barely knew ye.
Like us, most of the gay Internet is feeling the loss of a true angel who was, truly, too good for this cruel world.
The Pride reaction on Facebook is gone and I feel like I’ve been silenced
— (@10velociraptors) July 1, 2017
Facebook got rid of the pride reaction . Temporary support .
— QBeansss (@quabeeny4change) July 1, 2017
facebook pride reaction do not retire bitch
— Amber (@amberdiscko) July 1, 2017
— Curtis Kimberlin Jr. (@SirKimberlin) July 1, 2017
The pride reaction on Facebook is gone and now I'm a sad queer girl™
— Paola (@paolaprezmoreno) July 1, 2017
— Larry La Fountain (@larrylafountain) July 1, 2017
When you find out Facebook removed the pride flag reaction pic.twitter.com/UGmvqtXTLb
— Sam Kalidi (@samkalidi) July 1, 2017
There's really only one way to deal with a loss of this magnitude...
Pride reacts only...oh wait.