Once Brad tested HIV positive, he needed to tell people. He started with me. It didn’t go well.
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Author’s Notes —
This chapter is very short, but packed with with import. I have little to say that can add to what’s already there. Writing this confrontation from Brad’s perspective was difficult. I have my own ideas about what he did and said, but I’ve tried to leave all that out of this.
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