Almost as soon as the red equals signs began cropping up, there were remixes and re-remixes galore.

As you might have noticed, there's been a bit of a movement on Facebook over the past day: Users across the globe are changing their profile pictures to support universal rights and gay marriage.

The Human Rights Campaign's logo, an equals sign that's traditionally yellow on navy blue, transformed to pink on red yesterday as the Supreme Court began hearing arguments on Proposition 8, which defines marriage in California as between a man and a woman only.

Today, the court hears arguments on the Defense of Marriage Act, the federal law that restricts certain benefits from same-sex marriage.

But it's not all so stoic over on Facebook, where almost as soon as the pictures began cropping up, there were remixes and re-remixes galore.

Check out some of our favorites below.

1) Standard Fare

2) Abstract

3) Abstract II

4) "No Bones About It"

5) Spelling It Out

6) School Supplies

7) Bacon Rights

via The Oatmeal

8) Black Flag

9) Fabric of a Union

via Emmanuel Winston

10) Celebrity Couples I: Mario & Luigi

11) Celebrity Couples II: Liberty & Justice

12) Celebrity Couples III: Bert & Ernie

13) Paula Deen, Y'all

14) Corgis

15) Grumpy Cat

All photos via Facebook. If you know the original source, please let us know below.

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