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This is a book shop/magazine all queer-related content, including classic videos. It is not a porn store; it is classy and has intellectual flavour to it. It has a few merchandise items including post cards, birthday card and pins. The literature is vast and has...More
I have been there multiple times and I have gotten 5 books so far and I have already finished all of them (I literally have not read a book for pleasure in 3 years). I literally just kept going back each week because every book...More
A good bookshop worth going to.
Not too expensive not too cheap friendly staff books at a decent price.
New books and second-hand books and very helpful staff not too easy to get to but that's life. I would highly recommend going to the shop....More
A most wonderful little bookshop in a lovely street.
A welcoming staff who always help you choose amongst the latest released LGBTQI books and classics too.
A very calm and empowering experience to visit as it has a rich history and a great catalogue of...More
I did a small visit to various bookshops in London this year and I was surprised to read that this was the only LGBT bookshop in all of London. I come from Newcastle in the North East and I thought London would have had quite...More
Superb and, to me, historic bookshop.
I drop there everytime I'm going to London, brooches, T shirts. I went there twice this year, in f
February for lovely cards and pin's, I also had the pleasure of a lovely chat with the lovely Jim.
My spouse and I spent $80 pounds here on several books. THis bookstore has a wide range of good material. Yes, some pulp / romance stuff but also a large inventory of academic items as well. We were really impressed and will always come back...More
Great little bookshop. The books are nicely laid out in groups of genre / interest so you can find things easily whether you're looking for something in particular or just browsing. It's walking distance from St Pancras Station and not hard to find. On the...More
I finally stopped by this cute little bookstore and my only regret was that I didn't have more money on me!
I was impressed with the variety of great books they had. (My non-gay friends have stopped here too and loved the hilarious greeting card...More
My girlfriend and I sought out this gem after finding out it was the one the bookshop in the film Pride is based on. There was an amazing selection of books, we both walked away with a few, and some Pride merchandise, like pins and...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and