When you find yourself accumulating too many books, a good way to rationalize this is to declare yourself a collector of books. Then you can get as many books as you want without feeling like you have a psychological problem. (I mean, I do have psychological problems but they're unrelated to amassing books.) (I think.)
This series was inspired by your interest in earning a closer look at my work library after I posted a picture of my shelves in my "Day in the Life" story from or June Member Drive. In fact, a spreadsheet was requested specifically. So guess what I made you a spreadsheet!!!
So let's get to it, shall we?
The Professional Lesbian Reference Library
1. Anti-Gay Science // 2. Race/Racism, Black Herstory // 3. Lesbian Ethnography // 4. LGBT Visual Art // 5. LGBT Film/TV // 6. LGBT Culture By Location, LGBT Travel // 7. LGBT Culture & History // 8. Historical Lesbian Relationships // 9. Old Hollywood Lesbians & Bisexuals // 10. Journalism & Media Studi...
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