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A Monumental Kiss

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(Eric Molinsky)

In 2008, a monument was erected in Berlin to commemorate gay victims of the Nazi regime. Architecturally, it borrows from the Holocaust memorial directly across the street, but it’s much smaller, and contains a continuously looping video showing two men kissing.

The video sparked a heated controversy that continues to this day, though not involving the parties you might expect. Vox Tablet brings us the story on Monday.

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A Monumental Kiss

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