Membreclawson.library

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wishlist (2,452), fiction (1,749), lesbian (1,403), gay men (1,324), 1995-1999 (771), 2000-2004 (635), romance (587), 1990-1994 (565), 2005-2009 (549), Lambda Literary Award finalist (490), mystery (480), autobiography l biography (446), trans (432), history (335), 2010-2014 (334), erotic(a) (331), bi.bisexual.bisexuality (311), 1985-1989 (310), sexuality (309), trans.reference.library (296), family (236), short stories (234), anthology (227), feminist l feminism(s) (222), humor l comedy (213), culture (213), 1980-1984 (211), queer l gender l women's studies (208), homosexual(s) l homosexuality (204), HIV/AIDS (203), Alyson Books (1980-2010) (196), gender(s) (194), relationships l dating (190), queer (184), coming out (179), picture books for children (177), teen(s) l youth (172), 1975-1979 (166), adolescent(s) l adolescence (153), middle grade bookshelf (152), Naiad Press (1973-2003) (149), African American l Black (144), gay author(s) (139), Lambda Literary Award (135), essays (131), Transgender (131), lesbian author(s) (125), teen fiction (123), politics l political (118), women l womanhood (117), american(s) l USA (117), love (108), poetry (107), bdsm l kink (107), coming of age (107), New York City (NY) (107), Asian Pacific American l South Asian (104), psychology (104), sex/gender (103), m/m (101), memoir (97), identity (95), fantasy (95), crime (94), art(s) l artists (91), drama (87), detective(s) (86), science fiction (84), literature (83), crossdressing (80), murder (79), 1970-1974 (78), lesbian.feminist (77), civil rights (76), contemporary (75), religion (71), trans women (70), homophobia (68), ALA Rainbow Book List (68), sociology (68), trans author(s) (66), Jewish l Judaism (65), activist(s) l activism (65), author(s) of color (64), health (64), general fiction (63), historical (62), Cleis Press (1980 - ) (62), trans men (61), British l UK (60), gender identity (57), Christian l Christianity (57), photography (56), race l racism (55), femme(s) (55), lost books (55), reference (55), young adult (54), bi author(s) (53), ALA Stonewall Book Awards: Literature Finalist (52), parenting (51), friend(s) l friendship (51), gay liberation movement (51), historical fiction (50), sports (50), San Francisco (CA) (50), spiritual l spirituality (50), genderqueer (50), men l manhood (49), DVD (48), butch(es) (48), ALA Stonewall Book Awards: Non-Fiction Finalist (48), comics l comic book(s) l graphic novel (47), love stories (47), guide(s) (47), drag (46), self-help (46), disability (45), porn (43), Black gay men (43), ace.asexual.asexuality (43), death & dying (41), film(s) l filmmaking (41), gay (41), childhood l children (40), intersex (40), suspense (39), 1970s (38), travel (38), classic (38), Native American l Indigenous (38), series (37), american south l southern (37), action l adventure (37), theater (37), closet(ed) (37), Firebrand Books (1985 - ) (36), dyke(s) (36), 1960s (36), military l armed services (36), Hollywood (CA) (35), diary l journal (35), Los Angeles (CA) (35), satire (35), actor(s) l acting (35), ALA Stonewall Book Awards (35), thriller (34), community (34), masculinity (34), Seal press (34), Latin@s (33), body l bodies (33), medical l medicine (33), smut (33), 1950s (32), jewish author(s) (32), sex work(ers) (32), diversity l difference (31), mother(s) l motherhood (31), femme/butch (31), multco booklist (30), leather (30), play(s) (30), polyamory l non-monogamy (29), athletes l athletics (29), drugs (29), critical discourse / theory (28), abuse (28), celebrity l fame (28), London (England) (28), marriage equality (27), queen(s) (26), book became movie (26), marriage (26), addiction (26), police (25), Canadian l Canada (25), suicide (25), QTPOC (Queer Trans People of Color) (24), sexology (24), sex instruction (24), queer portlander(s) (23), 1980s (23), high school (23), 2015-2019 (23), South Asian (22), Rita Mae Brown (1944 - ) (22), british author(s) (21), western (21), philosophy (21), trans history (21), Bears (21), recovery (21), writer(s) l writing (21), discrimination (20), Lee Lynch (1945 - ) (20), Don't Ask Don't Tell (1994-2011) (20), music(ians) (20), non-fiction (20), ALA Stonewall Honor Books in Non-Fiction (19), Maurice Bernard Sendak (1928-2012) (19), acceptance (19), journalist(s) l journalism (19), couples (19), secret(s) (19), politics (19), violence (19), Lesléa Newman (1955 - ) (19), transition(ing) (19), therapy (19), WWII (19), horror (18), alcoholics l alcoholism (18), interviews (18), Arab American (18), father(s) l fatherhood (18), queer parents (18), elder(s) (18), allies (18), grief (18), Australia (18), Edmund White (1940 - ) (17), survivor(s) l survival (17), class l classism (17), animals (17), Victorian era (17), academic l academia (17), desire (17), anthropology (17), teacher(s) l teaching (17), Japanese l Japan (17), college l university (16), ALA Stonewall Book Awards: Literature (16), 1965-1969 (16), Two-Spirit people (16), private investigator (16), self-esteem (16), legal (16), Portland (OR) (16), fashion (16), hate crimes (16), Armistead Maupin (1944 - ) (16), romantic friendships (16), Boston (MA) (16), pregnancy l conception (16), teen non-fiction (16), Donald Strachey mystery (15), pulp fiction (15), Muslim l Islam (15), Chicago (IL) (15), dysfunctional (15), child abuse (15), Spinsters Ink (1978 - ) (15), ALA Stonewall Honor Books in Literature (15), french l France (15), queer theory (15), In Library Use (15), boy(s) l boyhood (15), vampires (15), banned books (15), masturbation l solo sex (15), ethics (15), 1960-1964 (15), work l careers l employment (15), pre-Stonewall (15), science (14), cinema (14), straight people (14), children of LGBTIQ people (14), rural (14), hustler(s) l hustling (14), age l aging (14), Mexican American (14), questioning (14), social justice (14), gallows humor (14), transitioning (14), Catholic l Catholicism (14), angst (14), divorce (14), prostitution (14), speculative fiction (13), education (13), modern(ism) (13), parents (13), visibility (13), safer sex (13), California (13), international (13), media (13), E. Lynn Harris (1955-2009) (13), Tee Corinne (1943 - 2006) (12), 19th century (12), law (12), trauma (12), 1920s (12), cultural studies (12), greek l Greece (12), ex-gay movement l exodus (12), ghosts (12)
Núvols
Núvol d'etiquetes, Núvol d'autors, Mirall d'etiquetes
Suport
Grups
S'ha unit
Sep 21, 2008
Sobre la meva biblioteca
We are a future circulating library. We are cataloged in Dewey Decimal System order. We have work parties to care for and process the collection. We accept book and monetary donations. We need: demco clear labels, library scanners and barcodes for 3000+ books, volunteers, other librarians and archivists, community support and word of mouth excitement. Talk us up!

Special need!: books by/for/about queer people with disabilities
Sobre mi
Hello!! Welcome to the online catalog of Portland's Kendall Clawson Library, house in the Q Center. We will be happy to assist you with any/all questions about LGBTQIA research and reference. Please contact the librarians directly at library@pdxqcenter.org
Ubicació
Portland, Oregon
Pàgina d'inici
http://www.pdxqcenter.org/programs/education-training/librar
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Llibreries: Blackrose Collective Books, Broadway Books, CounterMedia, Floating World Comics, Green Bean Books, In Other Words feminist community center - Bookstore & Library, Laughing Horse Books, Multnomah County Library - Title Wave Used Books, New Renaissance Bookshop, Powell's City of Books (Portland), , Reading Frenzy

Biblioteques: Multnomah County Library - Albina Branch, Multnomah County Library - Central Library, Multnomah County Library - Hollywood Branch, Multnomah County Library - Kenton Branch, Multnomah County Library - North Portland Branch

Altres: Krakow Koffeehouse and Market, Microcosm Publishing, Wordstock - Portland's Annual Festival of the Book

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