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Early Life Edit
Hernando Fuentes lost his parents on New Years in a crash. Every New Years since, he visits their grave and tell them about his life.
His first date with Lito Rodriguez was spent at an art museum in Mexico. There, Hernando speaks to Lito in great, passionate detail about one particular masterpiece. Eventually, the constant talking drove his date insane that they shared a kiss and was fellatio'd in the restroom of the museum.
Hernando and Lito stayed together since, but their relationship was placed secondary to the actor's career, to which Hernando allows.
Reveal and Protection Edit
Returning home from the permiere, Lito wakes Fuentes from his slumber, where the two shared a kiss and conversed about his time spent prior. Eventually, both went to sleep but were awakened to the buzz to their apartment.
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Lito Rodriguez: Hernando is Lito's boyfriend. They keep their relationship a secret as Lito fears coming out will ruin his career. Hernando and Lito are close friends with Daniela, who poses as Lito's girlfriend in public.
Hernando left Lito when he allowed Daniela to return to her abusive ex-boyfriend, Joaquin, to prevent him from leaking explicit photos of the couple together. Hernando explains to Lito that he "...can't be with someone who would allow someone else to be hurt in order to protect their career." Hernando and Lito reunite after Lito rescues Daniela with the help of Wolfgang but at the risk of Joaquin releasing the photographs to the public.
- Season One
- Season Two
Memorable Quotes Edit
"Love, like art, must always be free."
--Hernando to Lito on their first date.
"The problem is, honey, that you don't have a cock."
--Hernando to Daniela.
"In the end, we will all be judged by the courage of our hearts"
--Hernando to Lito, quoting Lito's line from one of his movies.
"Because the eyes of the beholder find not just beauty where they want, but also shallowness, ugliness, confusion...prejudice."
--Hernando to Mr. Valles.
"Love is art made public."
--Hernando to his students.