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Ratings of career and romantic partnership life role salience were explored between sexual minority men in same-sex, dual-earner relationships living with and without chronic illness/disability (CID) conditions. Approximately 141 sexual minority men living in the United States completed questionnaires via the Internet. Results indicated that sexual minority men living with a CID scored higher on romantic partnership life role salience, but lower on career life role salience when compared with sexual minority men not living with a CID. Limitations and implications for practice and research are discussed.