This category is all about books that are of interest for the LGBT community, their family and friends.

Hong Kong authorities should immediately reverse a decision to place 10 children’s books with LGBTQ themes in the «closed stacks» of public libraries, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to Hong Kong’s Home Affairs Bureau.
LGBTQ scholarly publisher Harrington Park Press will release their latest book, «Gay & Bisexual Men Living with Prostate Cancer (from Diagnosis to Recovery)».
The June 3 debut of Ryan Murphy's «Pose», set in the late 80s NYC world of black and Latino drag competitions known as «balls» presents a great opportunity to raise awareness of the harsh lives of many trans people of colour, particularly those on the ball culture scene, who do sex work to survive.
Author Lee Klein’s longtime service in the U.S Navy took him from World War II as an enlisted man through the Korean and Vietnam eras as a commissioned officer.
The authors and the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives are encouraging Australians to contribute their stories.
The sequel to Make The Yuletide Gay is finally here - and you are cordially invited to the wedding of Olaf "Gunn" Gunnunderson and Nathan Stanford!
Elton Justice is “just an ordinary guy” from Scotland, who moved his life from London to a Southeast Asian territory for work and a new life.
Following up their fascinating 2014 book, “Male Sex Work and Society,” a groundbreaking collection of essays and studies on male sex work, Australian professors Victor Minichiello and John Scott are sharing the results of a recent survey they conducted of online male escort profiles around the world.
November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month and LGBTQ* scholarly publisher Harrington Park Press is reaching out to make hospice and palliative care providers aware of an important new book, “LGBTQ-Inclusive Hospice And Palliative Care: A Practical Guide To Transforming Professional Practice”.
Today, 20/11 is the Transgender Day of Remembrance - and it feels right to release the book about Svea today, in the hope that it will help violence against transgender will not be part of the future.
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