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discussed multiple issues that, as the mother of an asexual man, I needed to know so I did not embarrass him, at least not any more that most mothers embarrass their children.Published 4 months ago by ellen foster
Highly informative, well written and extremely well written and presented in a way that makes it extremely useful to have.Published 10 months ago by George R. Squires
It is a nice book and quite funny.
But I do enjoy it a lot and it helps with identify the manners important to deal with diversity.
Very in-depth and down to earth. Addresses a lot of issues faced, by both the straight and LGBT community. Excellent read. A must have.Published 20 months ago by Anonymous
I teach etiquette professionally and rely on a collection of books to covey to my students what the experts say about manners as well as my own life experiences. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jokie X Wilson
I like the book it was very helpful and informative. It gave a lot of information for all kinds of events.Published on October 3, 2013 by Michael W
Traditional etiquette books omit aspects of LGBT life, and the new social predicaments their friends and families face. Read morePublished on September 21, 2013 by Jim Provenzano
Helpful and informative for anyone who is acquainted with, or has a gay family member! I good reference book to have on hand.Published on September 7, 2013 by Trish in Idaho