Stonewall Forever: 50 years later, digital monument debuts. LGBTQ activists say it couldn’t be more timely.

On a sweaty summer night in 1969, Martin Boyce drank up the energy along Christopher Street in New York’s West Village near a bar that pulsed with secrets of the lives inside. The Stonewall Inn was a sanctuary where “everyone had their place,” from lesbians to homeless gay youths to drag queens who liked to vogue. They were people living on the edges in a city where “it was a sport to beat gays,” […]

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