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About Aaron Gouveia

Aaron is husband to a woman far too beautiful to have married him, and father of two sons far too perfect to be his. After nearly a decade as a Boston-area journalist, he decided to actually get paid and became a content manager. When he's not griping about his beloved Boston sports teams, he's detailing life as a dad at The Daddy Files. You can follow him on Twitter (@DaddyFiles) and Facebook.

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  1. Thanks for being one of the good guys! That was very courageous of you, and an excellent way to deal with your frustrations. Thanks for being strong enough to say what needed said, and to help the other women coming to the clinic that day. You’re a good man, and your wife is a very lucky woman.

    Thank you thank you thank you!

  2. I am one of the lucky ones to have only encountered peaceful protesters on the day I went to have my abortion. I am still in shock and don’t know how I would have felt if I had someone in my face on that day. Your wife is very lucky to have a person like you to stand up for her when she needed it most. On behalf of others in the situation I was in two weeks ago THANK YOU!

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