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My father and his husband moved from Chicago to New Bern, North Carolina, last year. I’ve struggled to understand the move. North Carolina is warmer and cheaper, for sure, but it’s less friendly to gay couples and they have no friends or family in the area who beckoned them there. They live with their dogs in a little brick house by a creek. My dad is retired and his husband…

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