"On March 1, 1993, l have the option to go to City Hall… oh, I mean we have the option, my long-suffering honey and I, to go to City Hall and register as domestic partners. Will we take it? Shall we pretend to tie some kind of knot?"
“Marsha’s position on Christopher Street is double-edged. A martyr of gay liberation, he is denied entrance to many bars. Andy Warhol silkscreens of Marsha sell for $1400 while Marsha walks the sidewalk outside, broke.”
“New York has become a gay place. The material of the new homosexual culture pervades its life, from lowbrow to highbrow, on the streets and in the shops, the theatre, the cafes, and the apartments of at least a dozen neighborhoods.”