A brief guide to Multiple Etiquette
This Etiquette Guide assumes that whoever the person is knows that you have others in your head/body/life/callitwhatyouwill. So for you that might be 1) everyone 2) less than everyone but more than no one 3) no one but the crickets
This guide is divided into sections which each try to address different aspects of dealing with multiples:
General "human" courtesy
Do they all treat you the ways you'd like to be treated? I'm not talking rolling out red carpets -- I mean within reason.
Do you want to be called by individual name? If not, what should they call you? Should they ask what to call you?
Should people take the time to get to know you as individuals? How should they deal with new people they've never met?
How should they deal with you if they don't recognize who is front?
What advice is there for people on recognition of who is front?
Should people ask to see specific individuals if they want to or is that rude to the person who is front (kinda like, I don't like YOU as much as THAT OTHER YOU)...?
How should they ask?