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Madame, Monsiur by Wren Noble

Madame Brunelle and Monsieur Allie met nine years ago when they moved into neighboring rooms at their Assisted Living Residence. They began to dress identically as they went out on their daily walks around the neighborhood. As her memory and his vision fail they grow more and more into a unit, each one making up for the other’s lost faculties. As their heights shrink even their genders become ambiguous under suit jackets and ties. Their brightly colored satin and sequins mute the masculinity of the suits as they decline the roles imposed by gendered couplehood in favor of a merged identity.

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