The times, they are the changin' Transgender man the focus of new Google ad BY Meredith Engel NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Wednesday, June 17, 2015, 11:17 AM Google is the latest company using Pride Month to make a sale. The search engine's commerce spinoff, Google My Business, has a new ad for a Missouri gym that welcomes transgender men. Hailee Bland Walsh, the owner of City Gym in Kansas City, said her studio "should be more than a place to work out. It should be a place to belong." Google+/via YouTUbe City Gym in Kansas City has a workout group for transgender men. It’s not clear that the ad is for the search giants — whose My Business feature helps companies get on Google searches, maps and Google+ — until the end of the clip. Instead, it focuses on the transition of one of its members from female to male. Google+/via YouTUbe Gym owner Hailee Bland Walsh says in a new Google ad that she wants her gym to be a place where all people can feel welcome. It's not the only company courting the LBGTQ population for Pride Month. On Monday, yogurt purveyor Chobani released a steamy ad featuring a lesbian couple cavorting in bed. Chobani/via YouTube Chobani featured a lesbian couple in its new ad. "We're a national food company that has beliefs, from animal welfare to equality," Peter McGuinness, Chobani's chief marketing officer told the Daily News. Tylenol also has a new ad that features gay and lesbian couples, and in December, the brand introduced one with a blended family that included a woman, her ex-husband and her new wife. Other companies that have recently taken a pro-gay stance in their ads include Tiffany and Co. and Wells Fargo.