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Jennifer Lawrence Says She's Famous Enough Now to Not Have to Be 'Very Underweight' & Ben Affleck Keeps Making a Mess Of His Divorce

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 13, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 13, 2015 |

A bunch of British celebrities settled into their natural habitat of Wimbledon this weekend and my GOD can Tom Hiddleston rock a hat. Scroll through to see Cumberbatch heckling and Rosamund Pike and Lady Mary’s aggressive adorableness. (Go Fug Yourself)

You’ve hopefully read about J.K. Rowling shutting down Serena WIlliams-bashing Twitter trolls, but could Rowling maybe take on the New York Times next? Because they are being straight-up racist assholes in their coverage. (Celebitchy)

Jennifer Lawrence says that she’s gotten to a point in her career where she doesn’t have to be “very underweight” because she’s famous enough for people to want her in their movies no matter what. Just in case you’d forgotten how depressing the politics of the film industry are. (DListed)

Ben Affleck wore his wedding ring during his Comic-Con panel, but apparently it burned his soul so badly, like a cross to a vampire, that he couldn’t even wait until the event was over to take the thing off. (Lainey)

The Hunger Games’ Amandla Stenberg (Rue) is taking Kylie Jenner to task for appropriating black culture. A hairstyle does not make you an ally, Kylie. (Uproxx)

Ruby Rose talked about why she decided against gender confirmation surgery. (HuffPo)

It turns out that Washington Post writer who wants us to hate Amy Schumer has never actually seen Schumer’s stand-up. (Interrobang)

I’ve never been one for book burning, but this actual Alabama high school history book from the 1970s, and all of its thoughts on the benefits of slavery, can go f*ck itself right on its on pyre. (Fusion)

The internet’s tributes to the late Nintendo president Satoru Iwata have been beautiful. (Daily Dot)

I’m suddenly realizing my kitchen isn’t nearly geeky enough. Dinosaur ladles and TARDIS aprons can fix that! (Dorkly)

As someone who has lived a good bit of her life in the Southern United States, Cannonballer Mrs Smith realized early on that she’s a bit of an outlier in her political leanings. Thankfully she recently read Answering Back: Liberal Responses to Conservative Arguments by David Coates, which offers thoughtful, calm, and reasonable answers to conservative arguments. After all, we can’t counter everything with animated .gifs, can we? (Cannonball Read 7)