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    Sun, Nov 27, 2011
    Canada
    A wonderfully queer list of news articles interspersed with bits of arts and culture: it’s The Reading List! – Start the day with a bit of music. In this case, what /The Advocate/ calls some of the campiest records ever released [1].  Anything that includes Yma Sumac is a win in…
    Thu, Apr 24, 2014
    Toronto
    So, remember how last week Laverne Cox was able to climb to the top of /Time/’s publicly voted 100 Most Influential People list? Something she had earned, presumably by being influential? About that . . . According to New Now Next [1], Laverne Cox was left off the official list, despite…
    Sun, Apr 27, 2014
    Canada
    Long-ish reads, men in underwear and the sale of a former gay bar in Halifax. It’s The Reading List. – So, this happened at a UFC match [1].  – The things we do for journalistic integrity and truth: columnist gives blowjob using grapefruit. [2] – /The Atlantic/ looks into what it calls “The…
    Tue, Jul 29, 2014
    World
    Monday mornings don't always have to be a den of doldrums. They can be a nice, easy introduction to the week.  As long as those introdutions verge on the ridiculous. Hence the Popping Culture edition of The Reading List. - Case in point: /GQ/ recently announced its top-10 least influential celebs of…
    Mon, Nov 25, 2013
    Canada
    'We have to be always vigilant': Davies
    By Video by Dale Smith
    Fri, May 15, 2009
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    Vancouver
    Choreographer Yanis Marshall has one requirement for his dancers: heels. In this video filmed by Fernando de Azevedo on the streets of Paris, he’s joined by stiletto-wearing Arnaud Boursain, Medhi Mamine and others as they dance to some Spice Girls classics, including “Wannabe,” “Stop” and “Who Do You Think You Are?” Paris…
    Fri, Feb 21, 2014
    Canada
    It’s Monday. Might as well start the week with a fresh look at the past weekend’s queerest stories with The Reading List. – First off, something a little light: cod swallows rabbit [1]. And no, I don’t mean a bunny. I mean the kind of rabbit the girls from /Sex in…
    Mon, Apr 14, 2014
    Wed, Mar 9, 2011
    Canada
    It's Monday, so that means time to wake up with The Reading List. Here are some links to get your brain going and clear out the cobwebs. - First, something a little fun and silly: check out the trailer for /Date and Switch/ [1], an atypical buddy movie where two friends decide…
    Mon, Jan 20, 2014
    Toronto
    Every once in a while, humanity will just . . . surprise and delight me in the best way possible. As a group, humanity does veer gradually toward good, with a few straggling outliers disappointing the rest of us. There are moments, however, where we finally just get it right.…
    Mon, Apr 21, 2014
    Canada
    This post marks the return of The Reading List, a collection of news stories, online posts and much more. This week is marked by a selection of op-eds. Op-eds can be viewed as a form of journalistic vanity, but when done well, they can provide an insight through the lens of…
    Thu, Oct 3, 2013
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