Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club Quotes

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I wish now I would have told him that I made up stories about him too.
-- Juan Carlos (He Has Gone to Be the Women)

Importance: This reveals the dreamy and shy aspect of Juan Carlos's personality. He is a writer primarily who lives within the fictional world, making it difficult at times to step outside and engage with people. His fictional world provides comfort and he is at peace with the stories he creates for Javier.

That was hard for me -- to let him wash me. To let him touch me.
-- Juan Carlos (He Has Gone to Be With the Women)

Importance: This reveals the difficulty Juan Carlos has in establishing intimate relationships. He is hesitant to open up emotionally, and the physical intimacy marks the breaking of the barriers between him and Javier.

And I didn't care that I hadn't earned that love and didn't deserve it.
-- Juan Carlos (He Has Gone to Be With the Women)

Importance: As someone who essentially lives most of his life alone, Juan Carlos is steeped in self-loathing. Javier's love for him is...

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