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“Daryll Rowe decided to take that right away from me. I never would've met my handsome hairdresser if a friend hadn't given me a coupon to a fancy Manhattan salon.We take no responsibility for the content on any website which we link to.We take no responsibility for the phrases entered by surfers.But in the hours I spent at the salon, I could feel myself transforming, my haircuts perfectly framing my cheekbones, my chin, my eyes.Afterward, I'd brush the stray bits of hair off my lap, feeling like Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady, a poor flower girl elevated to a stylish woman of the world.“They describe living with a life sentence as a result of your cruel and senseless acts,” said the judge.“Many of those men were young men in their 20s at the time they had the misfortune to meet you.” Victims told how they had considered suicide having suffered physical and psychological damage, needing to take daily medication.
I would rather he had murdered me than left me to live my life like this.” Another, whose parents died of Aids when he was a child, said he “did everything” to prevent himself catching the virus. The new me is constantly sad, thinking about how my life changed.File photograph: Sussex Police /PA Wire from the copyright holder.A hairdresser handed a life sentence for deliberately trying to infect 10 men with HIV has been branded a “menace to society” by his final victim.Standing behind me now, he rested his hands on my shoulders as if I'd been his client for years, and asked what it was that I wanted.At some point during this first appointment, which was back in 1995, my stylist alluded to being straight, mentioning an ex-girlfriend, presumably to set himself apart from the other male stylists in the salon, who were without question gay.
He ran his hands through his thick, curly brown hair.