Paul Pry/ Muswell Press First published in 1937, For Your Convenienc­e appeared to be a guide to London loos but was, in fact, a clandestin­e guide to cottaging. Two members of a gentleman’s club begin a conversati­on over a copy of the Sanitary World and Drainage Observer. The discussion turns to where “relief” may be obtained after drinking quantities of tea and those “places that have no attendants” which “afford excellent rendezvous to people who wish to meet out of doors.” Charmingly reissued in a facsimile edition for the first time in 80 years, this is a fail- safe gift and an essential classic addition to every discerning homosexual’s library. Out now

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