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fiction (2,575), lesbian (1,899), gay (1,498), history (687), politics (345), biography/memoir (327), non fiction (291), lesbian fiction (271), theory (256), erotica (243), checked out (186), sexuality (169), literature (164), youth (158), religion (156), self-help (150), coming out (142), gay fiction (138), HIV/AIDS (122), male (94), htp (87), romance (86), arts (83), sociology (82), trans* (82), identity (82), feminism (80), sex (77), humor (77), AIDS (74), travel (70), poetry (67), marriage (63), reference (58), law (58), psychology (55), novel (49), anthropology (48), art (48), bisexual (47), ethnography (47), relationships (42), liberation (42), journal (40), homophobia (40), photography (39), gender (39), theatre (36), essays (35), anthology (32), children (32), tourism (31), young adult (31), family (30), short fiction (30), community (30), bisexuality (29), nude (29), parenting (28), bars (27), closet (26), biography (25), short stories (25), aging (24), cities (24), hotels (23), fetish (23), health (22), military (22), gender studies (22), movies (21), biology (21), LGBTQ+ (21), USA (21), medical (21), plays (21), Germany (21), espanol (20), interviews (20), workplace (20), media (20), culture (19), resorts (19), Black (19), England (19), queer (18), San Francisco (18), Mexico (18), Stonewall (17), couples (17), education (17), Renaissance (16), film (16), autobiography (16), spirituality (16), men (16), homosexuality (16), New York City (15), restaurants (15), resource (15), mystery novel (15), Oscar Wilde (15), Australia (14), trivia (14), Walt Whitman (14), counseling (14), pornography (14), American (14), homoerotic fiction (14), violence (14), masculinity (13), Greek (13), theology (13), gay novel (13), Brazil (13), legal (13), race (13), oppression (13), Freud (13), leather (12), healthcare (12), bathhouses (12), bibliography (12), transgender (12), international (12), photojournal (11), homophile (11), saunas (11), history theory politics (11), popular culture (11), France (11), thriller (11), China (11), Lesbian (10), ethics (10), work (10), research (10), fantasy (10), passing (10), Bible (10), information (10), parents (10), Canada (10), lesbian studies (10), camp (10), growing up (10), lgbtq studies (10), sci-fi (10), Vampire Horror (10), James Baldwin (10), Medieval (9), Catholic (9), television (9), prostitution (9), Cuba (9), stigma (9), stage (9), writings (9), science (9), Tennessee Williams (9), mental health (9), E.M. Forster (9), Christian (9), Europe (9), suicide (9), leathersex (9), gender identity (9), third sex (9), sodomy (8), social construction of identity (8), Rome (8), Gore Vidal (8), pederasty (8), censorship (8), accommodations (8), Self Help & Psychology (8), Christopher Isherwood (8), prejudice (8), older (8), Edmund White (8), nonfiction (8), music (8), Nazis (8), Hollywood (8), urban (8), sexology (8), Netherlands (8), India (8), Roman (8), development (8), sports (8), homosexual (8), class (8), encyclopedia (8), psychotherapy (8), discrimination (7), drag (7), murder mystery (7), References and Journals (7), effeminacy (7), gay stories (7), contemporary (7), historical (7), nudist (7), Latin America (7), Enlightenment (7), transportation (7), orientation (7), eroticism (7), Greece (7), letters (7), rural (7), intimacy (7), resources (7), monogamy (7), Jewish (7), addiction (7), Mormon (6), nineteenth century (6), intergenerational sex (6), diversity (6), Japan (6), sexual orientation (6), adolescence (6), childhood (6), Henry James (6), adolescent (6), Denmark (6), Paris (6), parent (6), gay history (6), magazine (6), women (6), STD (6), Los Angeles (6), drugs (6), Audre Lorde (6), America (6), activism (6), Havelock Ellis (6), cruising (6), Andrew Holleran (6), adolescents (6), sex education (6), civil rights (6), Joe Orton (5), heterosexism (5), Victorian (5), privacy (5), ancient (5), QTBIPOC (5), conflict (5), gender expansive (5), Foucault (5), dancers (5), trans (5), journalism (5), reform (5), lesbian stories (5), androgyny (5), public sex (5), resistance (5), films (5), LGBTQ young adult (5), David Leavitt (5), Berdache (5), encyclopedic (5), medicine (5), United States (5), hustlers (5), money (5), actors (5), Marcel Proust (5), queer theory (5), assimilation (5), stereotypes (5), laws (5), alcohol (5), substance abuse (5), therapy (5), Greenwich Village (5), women's studies (5), illustrated (5), Islam (5), Spain (5), countries (5), Edward Carpenter (5), masturbation (5), invisibility (5), labeling (5), gay erotica (5), Costa Rica (4), homoerotica (4), domestic violence (4), singers (4), Havana (4), Radclyffe Hall (4), pedophilia (4), intervention (4), wives (4)
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Mar 18, 2013
Riktigt namn
The LGBTQ Center Library of Long Beach
Om mitt bibliotek
The LGBTQ Center Library of Long Beach, California is home to over 2,500 LGBTQ books and resources. With the mission of facilitating lifelong learning and empowering individuals through access to information in a safe and inclusive environment, the library is free for all community members to use and most items may be checked out. The collection includes literary and genre fiction and non-fiction works on topics such as HIV/AIDS, coming out, self-help and relationships, youth, and gender studies.

Built from the generous donations of the LGBTQ community, The LGBTQ Center Library continues to grow and add new titles. If you are interested in donating materials, please contact Natalie at NAltman@Centerlb.org or Info@Centerlb.org.
Om mig
The Center serves as the vital, central core for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Community in Greater Long Beach, California, offering assistance and providing education about emotional and physical health, housing, cultural and social activities, and legal and social justice. We advocate for the inclusion of all with no judgment or restrictions based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
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2017 E 4th St. Long Beach CA 90814
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http://www.CenterLB.Org
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