Started as a lending library for Princeton's first gay organization, Gay Alliance of Princeton (now the Pride Alliance), the library was integrated into the LGBT Center in 2005. The library includes numerous books and movies on a wide array of LGBTQA topics. In addition, there are over ten different LGBT magazines for browsing, an archive of LGBTQA life at Princeton, and an original collection of all issues of The Advocate from 1977 to present.
You can find the full library collection in Frist 246, or you can search the catalog below. Campus community members can check out books and movies from the library using their University ID.
The Princeton University Library has an extensive collections of LGBT books, films, databases, and periodicals. They also keep a selective bibliography of resources and an updated guide of news.
LGBT Resources in the Princeton University Library