the hell does being normal mean? I'm a black gay man and if you have
problems with that, you're the one with the problem!"
Emory's a true Aries -- intelligent, arrogant, confident,
somewhat pompous, and most of all direct and straight to the point.
Emory has no problem speaking his mind to anyone. Born March 24th in
Atlanta, Georgia, Emory's the youngest of Martha Lawsen's three sons.
His brothers, Steward and Andrew, died. Emory came from humble beginnings.
Martha worked hard cleaning, "white folks houses" as she would
put it, to assist with the scholarship funds for Emory's education.
Emory's 35ish and is very comfortable with his sexuality, and has been
since he was fifteen years old. He's never dated women except for his
junior and senior prom dates. September, thirteen years ago Emory met
Brandon Pullman. When they first met, Emory felt that Brandon was the
man for him.
Everyone who knows Emory knows he's gay. He's determined to ensure his
family (i.e. Brandon and their son, Tyler) is treated and functions
just as any other American family. Emory's proud of his marriage and
has a picture of his spouse, Brandon, on his office desk, just as any
other married man would. Emory constantly challenges what the straight
world views as "normal family behavior". His twelve-year relationship/marriage
to Brandon has taken several twists and turns, but they have never cheated.
Emory enjoys his stable marriage. Emory and Brandon are raising their
eleven-year-old child, Tyler, who attends private school. They want
the best for him. Emory enjoys his position as Software Security Development
Director with Security Software. It pays him a handsome seven-figure
income. Brandon is a Chemist, so this happy couple enjoys the lavish
life while raising their son.