“I Am a Humanitarian”
Grand calls himself a “humanitarian,” yet in In the eyes of our hegemonic culture, Grand’s life exemplifies deviations. He is the father of two grown children, whom he conceived in his youth when married to a woman. Grand is close to his family of origin, which includes two lesbian sisters. He lost two brothers to substance abuse and AIDS. All siblings raise their children collectively. Grand is a black man of 65 years of age, who still works full-time. He is in a long-term relationship with a bisexual man and thinks of himself as a driven humanitarian. He has built a career and a life providing health and social services to marginalized men.
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