Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

The NYPD blocked off Christopher Street between 6th and 7th avenues (directly in front of the historic Stonewall Inn) yesterday afternoon so that hundreds of New Yorkers had a place to celebrate SCOTUS's decision on DOMA and Prop 8. Edith Windsor, her lawyer Roberta Kaplan, and throngs of politicians, LGBTQ leaders, and religious leaders joined the celebration.

There was music and dancing, copulating unicorns, gay priests, drag queens, hustlers, and drinking in the streets—it was a gay ol' time.

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

Edith Windsor Throws A Great Party

[Images by Victor G. Jeffreys II]