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24 Mar 2015
"[...] lesbians and gay men writing letters to their lovers and friends faced the special problem of wartime censorship. Military censors, of course, cut out all information that might aid the enemy, but this surveillance made it necessary for gay and lesbian correspondents to be careful not to expose their homosexuality. To get around this, gay men befriended sympathetic censors or tricked others by using campy phrases, signing a woman’s name (like Dixie or Daisy), or changing the gender of their friends. Sailors became WAVEs, boyfriends became WACs, Robert became Roberta. There must exist, hidden in closets and attics all over America, a huge literature of these World War II letters between lesbians and between gay men that would tell us even more about this important part of American history." - Coming Out Under Fire: The History of Gay Men and Women In World War Two, by Allan Berube
- Part 1 of Until We Meet Again
21 Jul 2018
When Abigail Graham joins the Adopt a Soldier Program at school she and her father expect some nice letters and maybe some photos. Colonel Lecter, serving overseas, doesn't want to see a little girl disappointed and writes back.
What happens changes everybody's lives.
- Part 1 of Adopt a Soldier AU
Fandoms: Society of Gentlemen - K. J. Charles
18 Dec 2017
My dearest Francis,
I miss you. No, wait, that wasn't quite evocative enough of the deep agony I feel at being away from your side. I miss you! I miss every part of you with an ache so deep that it feels like I've been pierced to the bone! I swoon at the lack of your presence. I sob, and tear at my hair, and rend my clothes, and do any number of dramatic and tragic things to show the depths of my devotion! I miss you!