Pride Recap

Thank you for bearing with nearly two months of exclusively LGBTQIA content, Gentle Reader. I hope your Pride season was just stellar, and that the local celebrations didn’t disappoint.

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So! Going back to early June, then, our Pride Posts were these:

Post the Forty-Ninth: Madame DeLyte’s Guide to Pride – wherein we looked at a general overview of what Pride means now, and what it has historically meant.

Post the Fiftieth: Pride Etiquette – a guide to how one ought to behave at such functions.

Post the Fifty-First: On Coming Out was full of things to consider before taking that leap.

Post the Fifty-Second: LGBTQIA Community Resources was, um, full of community resources.

Post the Fifty-Third: Songs with Queer Themes, 2015 was the third installment in a series – an annual search for the best explicitly queer songs.

Post the Fifty-Fourth: To Thine Own Self, and All That Rot was about not apologizing for who you are, even if you don’t fit into conventional boxes. Especially then.

Post the Fifty-Fifth: In Which We Go Over The Rainbow was a guide to Pride flags you’ll see.

Post the Fifty-Sixth: In Which We Pass is an anecdote about assimilation. Or, rather, avoiding it.

Post the Fifty-Seventh: Identity Issues was about being allowed to explore one’s identity without committing. It’s okay to be unsure.

Post the Fifty-Eighth: In Which Madame DeLyte Joins Grindr is a humorous romp wherein a dignified old lady joins a gay “dating” app.

Posts the Fifty-Ninth, Sixtieth, and Sixty-First are a three-part recounting of my adventures at Seattle Pride this year.

Finally, Post the Sixty-Second: Out In The Park is essentially a Tacoma Pride anecdote and an impromptu photo-shoot.

Happy Pride, Gentle Readers, I hope that my humble offerings have been hilarious and helpful for you this year. Get ready to return to les aventures on Thursday!

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About Ty DeLyte

Madame DeLyte has suffered a grave disappointment - YET AGAIN - and still believes that freedom, beauty, and truth are what's valuable, rather than vulgar cash. He'd add love to that list - but, well, what can he say about love?
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