Hydeia as a child

Hydeia as a child

At birth, Hydeia Broadbent was abandoned at the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas where Patricia and Loren Broadbent adopted her as an infant. Although her HIV condition was congenital, she was not diagnosed as HIV-positive with advancement to AIDS until age three.

The prognosis was that she would not live past the age of five and as a result became the “test baby” for HIV/AIDS medications, which are currently on the market today. Needless to say, this “test baby” has defied the odds by more than 16 years, which is valid proof that HIV/AIDS is no longer a death sentence.

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Hydeia today

Hydeia present day

Dangerous Lee is very honored to have Hydeia Broadbent be the first to read and review short story, “The Safe Sex Kit”,  from her upcoming book release “Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down”.

“I think the story is good! I think it might help a lot but maybe you should make two versions because some Black men or men period might not take to it because the man in the story was also with a man so they might think this does not apply to them.” Hydeia says.

Dangerous Lee has no intention of changing or making two versions of the story. If a man is uncomfortable with the thought of a man sleeping with another man that’s his problem and quite frankly if he thinks that he is not at risk for HIV if he doesn’t sleep with men, he is a fool!

Check out more of Hydeia’s thoughts on “The Safe Sex Kit”

(contains spoilers):

– How did the story make you feel?

I think it would help more people think about HIV/AIDS and STDs in their sexual relationships and also think about practicing safer sexual activities.

-Was it realistic?

Yes, I believe someone could go to a workshop and learn and worry about their own sexual past. I believe it will make some people but not everyone practice safe sex. If it was me I am not sure I could handle the part where he stated he has been with a man.

-What was your favorite part?

The part where he set up the house to teach her about safe sex.

-What didn’t you like?

It was all good to me.

-Do you think the general public will enjoy this type of erotica?

Yes, I think it will be an eye opener and make people think about getting an HIV test and being safer and maybe want to become more open with their sexual partner(s).

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