John M. Becker

Edie Windsor Speaks About Gay Life Before Stonewall

Filed By John M. Becker | July 10, 2014 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Gay Icons and History, Living, Marriage Equality
Tags: Edie Windsor, gay marriage, marriage equality, Marriage Equality USA, MEUSA, same-sex marriage

Today, national freedom-to-marry group Marriage Equality USA released the second installment in a series of intimate interviews with marriage hero and MEUSA volunteer Edie Windsor.

In part two, Edie tells her friend and MEUSA colleague Cathy Marino-Thomas about how difficult gay life was before the Stonewall Riots -- even in New York City! -- and talks about her persistent pursuit of Thea Spyer, the woman who would become her wife.

Watch Edie discuss pre-Stonewall life and the beginning of her now-legendary love story:

If you missed part 1, click here to watch.


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