Gay rights activist Edith Windsor, whose landmark Supreme Court challenge toppled the Defense of Marriage Act in 2013 and helped pave the way for legalizing gay marriage, died Tuesday in Manhattan, her wife, Judith Kasen-Windsor, confirmed. She was 88. "I lost my beloved spouse, Edie, and the world lost a tiny but tough as nails fighter for freedom, justice, and equality," Kasen-Windsor, who married Windsor last year, said in a statement. "Edie was the light of my life. She will always be the light for the LGBTQ community which she loved so much and which loved her right back."
Source: NBC News, The New York Times
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