Domestic violence doesn’t discriminate against the LGBT community

By : Sandra Ketcham
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After living together for just a few months, David’s boyfriend started to change.

“He became very controlling, losing his temper over stupid things and … physically getting in my face when we’d argue,” says David, who lives in Port Orange. “I figured it was some sort of stress or it was because he’d had a few beers, but instead it got worse over the next few months until one day he snapped and threw me against the wall. When I told him I was leaving, he called me a faggot and said he’d tell my parents I was gay. I was only out to my sister and a couple of friends at that point.”

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