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A 26-year-old American woman watched a gay porn movie and found out that one of the actors was her husband. On the recording, the actor was wearing his wedding ring and had sexual relations with several partners. She made a post on Reddit (via UOL) exposing the situation and asking for help.

“I’ll try to not make this as graphic as it could be, but I clicked on a random video and it was definitely my husband. His face was fully visible, several unique tattoos. It was him. I knew without a shadow of a doubt this took place after we were married because he had the goddamn ring on”, said the woman, whose name wasn’t revealed.

“I was furious and disgusted. He had unprotected sex with multiple men. All I could think of was STDs. I didn’t sleep last night. I called off from work, too. First thing I went to a free clinic to get checked. I haven’t been home since. I don’t think I can f****** look at him”, she added.

According to the woman, she talked to her husband and he justified his desire for other men when he uses meth. In addition to the porn movie, she found out that he also used Grindr to meet other men.

“This was not an isolated event. I’m devastated. He said he’d go to rehab. I told him we’re way past all of that and that I wanted a divorce. He said he’d do whatever as long as I didn’t tell anyone – because f*** our marriage, f*** the life we have, who cares about that? It’s all about his image. I’m just collateral”, she said, stating that she got back at her husband by sending the video to his family and his boss.

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Jornalista formado pela PUC do Rio de Janeiro, dedicou sua vida a falar sobre cultura nerd/geek. Gay desde que se entende por gente, sempre teve um desejo de trabalhar com o público LGBT+ e crê que a informação é a melhor arma contra qualquer tipo de "fobia".