Shall Not Be Recognized - portraits of same sex couples
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Gregory and Raymond Konz-Krzyminski

Sherrie Howe and 
Joanne Andreshak

Sherrie: A lot of people think gay people are incapable of long-term relationships. Joanne: A lot of people need to open their eyes and see reality! Besides, I told Sherrie that the only way we'll ever break up is when I turn 90, I can trade her in for two 45-year-olds. Sherrie: We're very compatible. If there's a problem, we talk about it and don't let outside influences get in our way. We've raised our voices at each other probably three times in all the years we've been together. My brother-in-law once commented to somebody, "Did you ever notice Sherrie and Joanne? They have words for a few minutes and then it's over and done with, like nothing happened!" Joanne: I've had a lot of ups and downs in recent years. I don't know where I would be if it wasn't for Sherrie. She's my strength, she's my heart. Sherrie: If there's an afterlife, I want to meet her again! Joanne: I think there's going to be a gay heaven. The guys are going to design and decorate it and the women will fix everything that's broken! Sherrie: She's definitely my eternal flame.

Together since April 1, 1979