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Manchester's Longest running Independent LGBTQ+ Book Shop (Since March 2020)

LGBTQ+ Book Shop

We're Manchester's longest running LGBTQ+ bookshop, launching back in March 2020. With 1000s of LGBTQ+ books in store and online. Everyone loves a gay bookshop, right? Even better, one that shares it's profits with charity! Pop in to see us in Afflecks in Manchester City Centre or buy online. Can't find what you're looking for? Drop us a message and we can order any book in for you.
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Young Mungo - Douglas Stuart

ONLY £13.99 (RRP £16.99)

This is the signed Indie Bookshop Exclusive Edition with special endpapers and extra content.

The extraordinary, powerful second novel from the Booker prizewinning author of Shuggie BainYoung Mungo is both a vivid portrayal of working-class life and the deeply moving story of the dangerous first love of two young men: Mungo and James.

Born under different stars, Protestant Mungo and Catholic James live in a hyper-masculine world. They are caught between two of Glasgow’s housing estates where young working-class men divide themselves along sectarian lines, and fight territorial battles for the sake of reputation.

OUR TOP BOOK PICK!
JONATHAN VAN NESS - LOVE THAT STORY

ONLY £11.69 (RRP £12.99)

Queer Eyestar Jonathan Van Ness dives into his favourite subjects inLove That Story, a new collection of heartfelt and entertaining essays.

From experiencing heartbreaking grief to uncovering the hidden LGBTQ history of his hometown, Quincy, from overcoming body image issues and living with HIV to cultivating his personal style, JVN speaks out a wide range of topics with heart, honesty and flair.

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The Transgender Issue - An Argument for Justice Book (Hardback)

The Transgender Issue - An Argument for Justice Book (Hardback)

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In this powerful new book, Shon Faye reclaims the idea of the 'transgender issue' to uncover the reality of what it means to be trans in a transphobic society. In doing so, she provides a compelling, wide-ranging analysis of trans lives from youth to old age, exploring work, family, housing, healthcare, the prison system and trans participation in the LGBTQ+ and feminist communities, in contemporary Britain and beyond.

The Transgender Issue is a landmark work that signals the beginning of a new, healthier conversation about trans life.