How Obama set the tone for a quiet revolution in gay rights
This summer is also the 40th anniversary of the Woodstock music festival. As both gays and straights gear up for a new summer of love, author David Carter, who wrote Stonewall, the definitive book on the riots and their significance, put the onus on Obama not to betray the spirit of optimism. "If he lives up to his promises, then it could be a golden age for our rights," he said....
Guardian • May 24, 2009