A monument dedicated to the gay victims of the Holocaust
They allow crossing the basin. Many analyze the lack of individual names on the monument as an illustration of the unimaginable number of murdered Jews in the Holocaust. This vibrant memorial is particularly resonating for the US territory because out of the 49 victims killed in Orlando, 23 were Puerto Rican.
A meeting was even held with one of the more outspoken political figures in the opposition.
But what about the other groups? The Nazis banned homosexuality in and convicted around 50, people for "unnatural" behavior deemed unbecoming of the Aryan "master race. You agree to receive occasional updates and special offers for The New York Times's products and services. The video, they argued, did not recognize the suffering of lesbians as well as gay men.