“They were just queerer. That’s the only way I could say it. I was a middle-class woman in New York. [My wife] Thea and I had a lot of internalized homophobia as well. Then suddenly with Stonewall, they were heroes in our lives – Lesbian Edith Windsor, the central figure in the case challenging the Defense of Marriage Act, to the New York Times Magazine, on what occasioned her to change her mind about being uncomfortable around flamboyantly gay men.
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