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LGBT History and Culture Message Board › LGBT History and Culture Reading Group

LGBT History and Culture Reading Group

user 12318918
New York, NY
Post #: 1
Ayres suggested we start an LGBT History and Culture reading group. I think that is a great idea. Please use this thread to suggest books, essays or any other readings that might be of interest. After the list is compiled, we'll take a vote.
A former member
Post #: 18
Good idea, but I've got tons of my own books to read and since I'm unemployed, I can't afford to go out & keep buying new books. I know the library may have the books that may be suggested, but again, I have tons of books to read on my bookshelves. Hey! How about book exchanges?
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