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Johnny Depp's Daughter Comes Out As Not Straight & What Ever Happened To Rayanne Graff?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 26, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 26, 2015 |

Well, hell. This is the kind of day where it seems ludicrous to talk about anything frivolous, but at the same time, we could all do with some distraction from the horror show that is humanity, couldn’t we? So if it’s distraction you want, it’s distraction you’ll get. Starting with the story of how Colonel Sanders despised KFC so much he tried to open a competing restaurant. (Uproxx)

Here are a bunch of whackadoodle things Serena Williams has played tennis in. Promise me you’ll at least click through as far as the leather. (Go Fug Yourself)

Johnny Depp’s daughter, Lily Rose Depp, has joined the Self Evident Truths project, which is photographing 10,000 people who identify as anything other than 100% straight. She wanted to take part because she “falls somewhere on the vast spectrum.” (ET)

This guy loves Satan more than I love anything, and for that I am jealous. (Nerdist)

If you’ve ever wondered what happened to A.J. Langer— better known as My So-Called Life’s Rayanne Graff, your ’90s style icon— she’s 41, living in a castle, and a countess. (Celebitchy)

The reviews are in for Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet, and the general consensus seems to be… it’s fine? (Guardian)

Obviously, Bill Cosby’s TV daughters are under no obligation to comment on his allegations, but the fact that none of them have spoken up is a bit curious, isn’t it? (Vanity Fair)

Bad news, ladies. Apparently working with too many men is actually bad for your health. (NYMag)

And bad news for all food artists (aka people who like putting stuff between slices of bread). A court has ruled that you cannot copyright a sandwich. (ArtsTechnica)

How to channel that curmudgeon manta “I’m too old for this shit” into something beautiful and life-affirming. Because aren’t we? (NYT)

To wash the Duggars and their awful ideas about women, gender roles, sex and sexuality out of her mind, Emmalita re-read Kristen Cashore’s debut novel, Graceling. "…if you haven’t read it, you really must. It is vibrant and self assured with strong plotting and memorable characters. The central character, Katsa, is a girl who seeks control over her own body and mind. The Duggars and their ilk would hate it." Check out Emmalita’s review, and cleanse your palate. (Cannonball Read 7)