Search engine Google included a gay male couple getting married in its Valentine's Day doodle.

An animated video is played when a user clicks on today's doodle.

In the short video, Tony Bennett's Cold, Cold Heart plays in the background as a boy tries to win over the love of a girl jumping rope. He tries flowers, chocolates in a heart-shaped box, and a half dozen other gifts. But the girl just keeps jumping rope. Finally, the boy joins her in jumping rope and the girl responds with a hug.

The video ends by showing other forms of love, including a dog and a cat, a princess and a frog prince, a cookie and a container of milk, and two men dressed in tuxes and holding hands on what appears to be their wedding day. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Gay rights groups the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) and the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) thanked Google.

“As Google shows its millions of search engine users – all love is equal,” HRC wrote in a blog post.