USA: Edie Windsor – Striking Down DOMA Would Remove Gay Stigma

Written by scott on December 31st, 2012

Edith Windsor, lawsuit, doma, gay marriage, marriage equality, same sex marriage, dignity, stigma, ruling, supreme courtEdith Windsor, the woman at the center of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) case headed to the Supreme Court, believes striking down the law would be the beginning of the end of anti-gay stigma.

In an AP profile, Windsor, 83, said the case which challenges the constitutionality of DOMA is bigger than marriage.

“I keep saying, ‘Keep me alive until after the Supreme Court’” arguments in March, she said. “It’s a very important case. It’s bigger than marriage, and I think marriage is major. I think if we win, the effect will be the beginning of the end of stigma.”

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