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Ask Me About Polyamory: The Best of Kimchi Cuddles Paperback – September 15, 2016
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Kimchi Cuddles is a wonderful comic that has helped many many poly people to navigate their relationships and to explain them to others. The warm and open style, and great way of getting complex things across simply, makes it one of the best relationship comics out there. --Dr. Meg John Barker, author of Rewriting the Rules
Kimchi Cuddles gives us a window into a community of individuals with big hearts, open minds and serious relationship skills. Their willingness to share their journeys with others through Tikva's work is a gift to everyone constructing relationships that don't fit the traditional model. --Sheffa Ariens, MA, MFT, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Hurrah for Kimchi! A fantastically relatable and relaxing space which provides a glimpse of the diverse extraordinary, made comically ordinary. Kimchi Cuddles entertains, not through politics, agenda or ideology, but through loving personal stories, and is therefore one of the most poignant and enjoyable reads I ve had the pleasure to add to my non-normative literature collection. --Louisa Leontiades, author of The Husband Swap and Lessons in Love and Life to My Younger Self
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It is the perfect book to give to someone when they are asking what Polyamory is about, and how it works (assuming that they are asking out of genuine curiosity, and not planning on using everything you tell them against you for future fights). It frequently has comics about the daily struggles of being polyamorous, genderqueer, or queer in the modern day. Not a book for everyone, but if you have stepped even an inch into poly territory, I would seriously recommend reading this book.
I love the book, I have personally read it, so has my younger brother, my girlfriend, and we are currently trying to persuade my metamour (girlfriend's boyfriend) to read the book when he comes to town (as he would love some of the jokes that he can relate too). My mother is thinking about reading it (as she is not polyamorous, but has nothing against my girlfriend being one, but my girlfriend's mother has made it very clear she never wants to see the book in her house.
If you do get a copy of the book, just be careful on who you share it with.
If you are already polyamorous, this book will help you feel understood while the rest of pop culture is passing you by.
If you know someone who is polyamorous and you are trying to figure out how they could possibly be so crazy, this book is the best chance you've got to get inside their head and see where they are coming from.
This book (and web series) is brilliant, funny, relatable, and moving. I cannot say enough good things about it.