When I die, I hope my children exploit my life stories and mishaps to make a quick buck. Whether Cary Grant had the same notions of capitalism as I, I couldn’t tell you. What I do know is that the actor’s only daughter, Jennifer Grant is releasing a book with “exclusive” stories, photos, and all the rest of the usual buzz-words that should make her a pretty penny fairly quickly.

The big sell and talk-show talking point will be her father’s long-rumored homosexuality, which she addresses in her book, writing:
She writes, "Can't blame men for wanting him, and wouldn't be surprised if Dad even mildly flirted back. When the question arises, it generally speaks more about the person asking. "(But) Dad somewhat enjoyed being called gay. He said it made women want to prove the assertion wrong." Jennifer insists she is a living testament to her dad's legendary charm, adding: "OK, I had a crush on Dad. OK, more than a little crush on Dad. My other real crushes were (singer) Donny Osmond and (French actor) Jean-Paul Belmondo."

I get that someone being a homosexual is still a big deal to some people, but nobody seems concerned that this girl had a “little crush” on her father? Gay sex sells, but I find it alarming that the fluffy talk-show hosts will find it “cute” or “funny” that this girl was into her dad. And Donny Osmond, for that matter; but I won’t criticize her based on her non-incest preferences. The book, Good Stuff: A Reminiscence of My Father, Cary Grant is set to be released next week.

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