Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Memorializing Tragedy in an Era of Constant Mass Assaults

July 22, 2011, still stands as the bloodiest day in Norway’s history since World War II. Twin attacks that day, first a bomb in Oslo and then, two hours later, a gun massacre on the island of Utøya, claimed 77 lives. Anders Behring Breivik, the gunman responsible for both attacks, was captured and charged with the maximum sentence under the law.

Six years later, Norwegians are still wrestling with the weight of that day. In 2015, a modest sculptural memorial opened on Utøya, where Breivik shot an…