The Bride Wore Black Leather... and He Looked Fabulous!: An Etiquette Guide for the Rest of Us

The Bride Wore Black Leather and He Looked Fabulous An Etiquette Guide for the Rest of Us How do you introduce your slave to your mother What address do you put on a letter to your brother and his male lover How can a butch lesbian get proper service in the men s department What s the best

  • Title: The Bride Wore Black Leather... and He Looked Fabulous!: An Etiquette Guide for the Rest of Us
  • Author: Drew Campbell Donna Barr
  • ISBN: 9781890159177
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • How do you introduce your slave to your mother What address do you put on a letter to your brother and his male lover How can a butch lesbian get proper service in the men s department What s the best way to handle it if you mistakenly call your transgendered friend by the wrong pronoun Drew Campbell, the etiquette diva who brought you Miss Abernathy s Concise Slave TraHow do you introduce your slave to your mother What address do you put on a letter to your brother and his male lover How can a butch lesbian get proper service in the men s department What s the best way to handle it if you mistakenly call your transgendered friend by the wrong pronoun Drew Campbell, the etiquette diva who brought you Miss Abernathy s Concise Slave Training Manual, has teamed with award winning cartoonist Donna Barr to bring you witty, realistic and occasionally slightly scandalous advice for the situations we all encounter in today s marvelously complex world An ideal stocking stuffer for anyone who believes that queerness and courtesy are the perfect combination

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    1. I checked this book out from my local GLBT library and I found it very amusing, open-minded and respectful. As some other commentators have noted, it is primarily a guide to employing the golden rule of, "Don't be a dick!". I found that its information on the US leather scene and polyamorous communities was highly informative without being prurient.Where I would advise caution, however, is in recommending this book to your average GLBT community. The author tends to group all "altsexers" togethe [...]

    2. This book presents etiquette for, primarily, a kinky community. There is some adherence to classic standards that no one freaking remembers anymore but it's mainly used as a guidepost when Wheaton's Law is not enough to answer a question. And it is, largely, a guide on using Wheaton's Lawwhich is what a living, modern version of etiquette rests upon. Some Q&A's venture into other subcultures that are likely to cross: for example, the question of how to address Pagan clergy. The parts that we [...]

    3. I picked this up on a whim. I found it interesting, and full of common-sense - even though I didn't always agree with the author. (For example, I don't believe that "People who are looking for more ought not go to bed with someone they've just met", and I don't think that using "therapy speak", e.g the term "issues," is annoying.)I think the book was ahead of its time - I can barely believe it's 15 years old now. I'm only giving it three stars, though, because it seemed snooty at times, and that [...]

    4. Prometteva meglio. Che fosse un libro "leggero" era chiaro, ma alla fine è del tutto inutile. Si poteva vivere senza. Molto americano, perde l'occasione di essere ironico e di evasione. Un manuale di etichetta assai scontato che fa pensare che gli americani siano del tutto incapaci di relazioni interpersonali, se devono leggere su un libro come ci si comporta in certe occasioni. Occasione persa per suggerire qualcosa di utile o scrivere qualcosa di spiritoso.

    5. An etiquette guide for "alternative lifestyles." A useful thing to have next time you have to write out a party invitation to a D/s household. I thought it was very interesting.

    6. Part straightforward etiquette book, part explanation of a world I know far too little about. Answered so many questions.I also like the illustrator, Donna Barr, and her comic Desert Peach.

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