We met at 3am, at the Black Party in New York. I’m definitely mellower now than I used to be—And I absolutely know that Aaron’s had that effect on me. He’s made me much more emotionally rigid, calmer.
A straight or a gay person is going to be lying to you if, after ten years of marriage, they say it’s all about having sex, alright?… It is an incredible joy to have someone in your life whom you love and who’s there next to you when you wake up in the morning and you go to bed at night. We always just hold hands before we go to sleep. I love him.”
Columnist Andrew Sullivan, discussing his nine-year relationship with his husband, actor Aaron Tone, to M Magazine’s Erik Maza.