Amber, Jeannine
November 2006
Essence (Time Inc.);
The article presents the author's reflection on marrying and living a gay husband infective with HIV. The author was a soror with a master's degree and a Mercedes, a woman with the perfect husband and the perfect life. She was sorry her ex-husband had to live in secrecy, but he put her life at risk, so that is where it ends for the author.


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