Google's Legalize Love campaign is about supporting LGBT workers in countries where discrimination is commonplace, not gay marriage.

The campaign was announced at Out & Equal's Global LGBT Workplace Summit 2012, which ended Saturday in London.

News that Google was supporting an international gay marriage campaign got the Internet buzzing over the weekend. was the first outlet to report the news.

Legalize Love is our call to decriminalize homosexuality and eliminate homophobia around the world,” Google said in a statement.

“At Google, we encourage people to bring their whole selves to work. In all our 60 offices around the world, we are committed to cultivating a work environment where Googlers can be themselves and thrive. We also want our employees to have the same inclusive experience outside of the office, as they do at work, and for LGBT communities to be safe and to be accepted wherever they are.”

A Google spokesman told The Washington Post in a statement: “Legalize Love is a campaign to promote safer conditions for gay and lesbian people inside and outside the office in countries with anti-gay laws on the books.”

The campaign will first launch in Poland and Singapore. Organizers plan to expand the campaign to every country where Google has an office, focusing on countries where anti-gay sentiment runs high.