Somehow I read past this passage in Dina Matos McGreevey's "Stand By Yourself" piece yesterday. It struck me hard, reading it over again, ...
Somehow I read past this passage in Dina Matos McGreevey's "Stand By Yourself" piece yesterday. It struck me hard, reading it over again, as pretty low behavior even by Jim McGreevey's standards:
For me, I was essentially in the dark about what my husband was going to say. He never told me he was gay; he simply passed me a copy of his speech an hour before the press conference.
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