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There is now a domain name with all the information at this site and additional data.   Please click to that site and bookmark for future reference:

http://www.FASOD.org

At some point in the future a survey project will be conducted in an attempt to discover the practices of the public libraries regarding  books and other materials relating to Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals.

If you have any suggestions for this survey, please contact us.  Questions such as whether or not the library has Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual books in the collection will be asked.  If so, are the books available for circulation in the stacks or are they behind the counters?  Also, are books available in the childrens' section in the shelves or must they be requested from behind the counter?  These and other questions will make this survey more involved.  Of course, the nondiscrimination statement will also be of interest.

Please remember to donate your books and other materials that are of interest to Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals to your local library.  If they do not accept donations for their collections, find another library that does.  After all, how many libraries will puposely build a large collection for orientations other than heterosexual?

Please also consider donating subscriptions to your local library of magazines, journals and newspapers of interest to Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals.  Such periodicals may include Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review, PGN, The New York Blade, LGNY, The Advocate, etc.

 

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