The Reading List for Friday, June 8

To start the weekend right, here’s a small reading list for your perusal, ending with our weekly office dance party video.

For those of you who remember her from America’s Next Top Model, it looks like Isis King is now appearing in an ad campaign for American Apparel.

An American survey finds that queer teens are less happy than their heterosexual counterparts. D-uh.

An interesting essay on Gawker about Grindr: the gay social networking (read: cruising) app as an exercise in personal (not gay) pride. Interesting arguments aside, I wish they had mentioned something about Douchebags of Grindr.

And since this is the weekend, it’s time to have a little dance party in your office. Extra points to whoever can name the vocal sample in this record.

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