Category Archives: Musings

DeLyte’s Deportment

Welcome back, Gentle Reader. Henceforward, Thursdays on the blog will be dedicated to answering your vexing social questions, etiquette, and general advice. I’m calling it DeLyte’s Deportment and expect it be wildly popular – and it *will* be, if everyone’s … Continue reading

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In Which We Go On Hiatus

You read that correctly, Gentle Reader. I’m sorry. You may have noticed that new posts have been thin on the ground since Pride, and that last week I missed posting entirely, apart from the poetry. I have been exceptionally busy, … Continue reading

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Rays of Hope

Hey, Gentle Reader. It seems I’m in similar jam as to one I was in during the spring of 2014. Sorry for another re-run, but the sentiment remains. I mean, the circumstances are different – Doctor Boyfriend and I have … Continue reading

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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. So! Going back to early June, then, our Pride Posts were … Continue reading

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In Which Madame DeLyte Joins Grindr

Gentle Reader, I’m sure by now you’re familiar with the “dating” app that launched a thousand ships. If you hadn’t guessed from the title, I’m talking about Grindr – a mobile application which allows gay and bisexual men to show … Continue reading

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Identity Issues

Identities are complex, Gentle Reader. How do we ever learn who we are, or how to accept who we are? It’s a cultural necessity to wear a mask, and sometimes, we lose track of the face underneath that mask. Personally, … Continue reading

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In Which We Pass

These days, Gentle Reader, I wear my identity on my sleeve. Even the most severely restrained outfit is – at the very least – adorned by a modest brooch. I take my wardrobe very seriously, and though my unique sense … Continue reading

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