From Stonewall to marriage equality to now — and everywhere in between.

Written by David Biele (he|him), Youth Program Manager at Center on Halsted

Two years after Martha P. Johnson threw “the shot glass heard ‘round the world” starting the Stonewall Riots and 25 miles west of the Greenwich Village, I was born at Morristown General Hospital. As kid growing up in the 1970s and 80s, gay marriage was inconceivable to me in the truest sense of the word — I could not conceive, picture, or formulate the idea of it in my mind. I came of age in the early days of the AIDS…