Ask Me About Polyamory by Tikva Wolf
The Best of Kimchi Cuddles

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If your relationships or your gender are unconventional, you ll find useful advice and plenty of laughs in this compilation of the wildly popular webcomic Kimchi Cuddles.  Quirky, endearing and charmingly (and sometimes painfully) realistic characters, many based on real people, explore polyamory, queer and genderqueer issues. Covering practical matters like time management and serious topics like discrimination, this book unites the best of two years of Kimchi Cuddles comics, organized into a practical and entertaining guide to the real world of alternative relationships.

Kimchi Cuddles is a rare mix: fearlessly true to the lives of the people it depicts yet relatable enough to entertain and inform anyone (maybe even your parents). Dealing with both lighthearted and serious subject matter, it avoids clichés and easy answers, choosing instead to give examples of different schools of thought and show the humanity behind each one. Wolf s honesty and gift for clear explanation have made Kimchi Cuddles a hit with the most dedicated polyamorists as well as curious newcomers.

 

About Tikva Wolf

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Tikva Wolf comes from a long line of love-activists and has been drawing ever since she could hold a crayon. What she primarily cares about in art (and life) is connecting to people, creating dialogue, and spreading awareness. She lives in North Carolina. Sophie Labelle is a transgender author, cartoonist and public speaker, and the creator of the webcomic Assigned Male.
 
Published September 15, 2016 by Thorntree Press. 146 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Comics & Graphic Novels, Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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Speaking through the fictionalized Kimchi and her friends, Wolf shows how polyamorous relationships can be much like traditional pairings—just more so. Dating from the 1990s, the term polyamory refers to having multiple ongoing romantic relationships, with everyone informed and consenting. Origin...

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