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A GLogo

The GLogo is a graphic symbol for girllove that is widely used across the online girllove community. It consists of two pink intertwined hearts, one outer that symbolises the adult, and one inner that symbolises the girl in a girllove relationship. It was most likely designed around the turn of the millennium, and is inspired by the BLogo.[1]

In designing the GLogo, it was intended to represent the protective bond between a Girllover and a Loved Girl. The outer heart was left open, as to signify that she can come and go as she pleases.


In 2016, the GLogo caused a hysterical reaction in a WFLA News Channel 8 report. A similar symbol had been spotted on a girls' toy car by her mother, who had been watching Law and Order: SVU. Whilst the report erroneously stated the symbol is used to identify when a girl is "ready for sex", there was no evidence of widespread reaction given. The manufacturers withdrew the toy from production and offered a full refund to all of those who purchased one.


See also

  • BLogo
  • Childlove - contains some alternative logos representing a non-gendered child-adult bond.

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