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Advice from a Wild Deuce

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Quirky and extraordinary Tiggy Upland, the Wild Deuce, shares the best of her Ask Tiggy advice column for and about bisexuals. She guides people from all walks of life, in various stages of living authentically in between gay and straight. Tiggy’s responses on sexuality are as direct as they are compassionate, with more than a hint of her bizarre personality.


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Published July 20th 2016 by Tiggy Upland
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Ann Herendeen
Aug 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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What's the best part of any newspaper or magazine? The advice column, of course. And what's the best kind of advice column? A sex advice column. If you're tired of Dan Savage's biphobia (I know, he got better, but still) and if you'd like something more real than Penthouse Forum, Jen Bonardi's Advice From a Wild Deuce : the Best of Tiggy Upland might be what you're looking for.

Before I'm deluged with emails and comments (I wish!) let me say that a bisexual advice column isn't all about sex. And
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Lance Eaton
I openly admit that I am biased in reviewing this book because I am close with the actual author (spoiler alert—Tiggy Upland is a pseudonym!). Regardless, I found this book to be a fantastic dialogue on the subject of understanding bisexuality (my own, and others). Upland pulls together the best questions from her advice column to provide a panoramic view of what it means to be a bisexual in the United States in the 21st century. She’s great at taking on personal questions and drawing out the nu ...more
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