President Barack Obama on Sunday sent a Valentine to the LGBT community.

“No matter who you are or whom you love, celebrate #Valentines Day with pride. #LoveIsLove,” Obama captioned a graphic which included a heart and the message: “Celebrate marriage equality this Valentine's Day – and stand up against discrimination.”

First Lady Michelle Obama also got into the act, sending emails to supporters urging them to support Organizing for Action (OFA).

“Every year on Valentine's Day I can't help but think back to my first date with Barack,” she wrote. “I had been reluctant to go out with him, but he was persistent, and I eventually said yes.”

“I simply cannot imagine my life without the unwavering love and support that has defined our marriage, and I'm so glad that we have finally achieved marriage equality, affirming, as Barack put it in his inaugural address, that 'if we are truly created equal, then the love we commit to one another must be equal as well.'”

“I'm going to keep speaking out against discrimination because LGBT Americans deserve the same rights and opportunities as everyone else. I hope you'll stand with me and OFA in continuing this mission.”

On it's Twitter account, OFA wrote: “The fight for true equality isn't over. Stand up for love this #Valentines Day.”