Long Reads Of The Week – 16 August

5 great reads you may have missed from around the web

1 | Still making your mind up about the Labour leader contest? This week, the Guardian finished its useful profiles of Jeremy Corbyn, Andy Burnham, Liz Kendall and Yvette Cooper

2 | Chris Farley, the cult US comedian who died from a drug overdose aged just 33 in 1997, is the subject of a new film. Here, the New Yorker's Ian Crouch looks back on his life and legacy.

3 | Vanity Fair's Nancy Jo Sales caused a stir this week with an article called 'Tinder and the Dawn of the “Dating Apocalypse”'. Tinder themselves felt it was very unfair. You can make your own mind up.

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4 | After a summer that more or less confirmed her status as the greatest female tennis player of all time, New York Magazine's Kerry Howley has this fascinating profile of Serena Williams.

5 | Finally, in one of the most harrowing and enraging article you're ever likely to read, New York Times' Rukmini Callimachi looks at sex slavery in the Islamic State and how ISIS has 'enshrined a theology of rape'.