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Pickett Fences: Getting to Know You

March/April 2003

"So," I say, "since you want to know more about me ... there is something very important I want to tell you."

Pretty smooth, eh?

You know what came next. And he was silent for a moment, as is the custom, and then he didn't say a word. He just leaned over and kissed me, and he held me, more sweetly than he had ever leaned, kissed or held me prior. In the whole entire week we had known each other, this was by far the best kissing, the best holding ever. And the leaning! My mind was racing, however, amid all of it, good as it was. I wanted to say, "So, are you okay with this?" I wanted to ask, "So do you have any questions?" I wanted to process, I wanted to talk about it, dammit! Let's talk about me and my HIV!

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