Coming just days after the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act and reinstated Gay Marriage in California, Sunday’s cloudy Gay Pride Parade in New York was one of the largest in recent years. Headed by grand marshal and DOMA plaintiff Edie Windsor, it was a literal celebration of the week that was, full of families, couples, young kids, partying singles, and everyone in-between dressed in traditionally over-the-top rainbow garb. From anti-frackers to ascendant trend-setters, the Cut caught up with some of the parade’s viewers along the route and marchers themselves to ask them about the pride, DOMA, and their hopes for the future.
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