Pat Ritz, left, is the primary caretaker for her partner Joan Wyzenbeek at their home in Lexington. She fears Wyzenbeek might not get a compassionate level of care from strangers at a nursing facility because of her sexual history.
Pat Ritz, left, is the primary caretaker for her partner Joan Wyzenbeek at their home in Lexington. She fears Wyzenbeek might not get a compassionate level of care from strangers at a nursing facility because of her sexual history. Lexington Herald-Leader
Pat Ritz, left, is the primary caretaker for her partner Joan Wyzenbeek at their home in Lexington. She fears Wyzenbeek might not get a compassionate level of care from strangers at a nursing facility because of her sexual history. Lexington Herald-Leader

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