For three years, Dunham has been the subject of wild moral panics whipped up by the left.
In this behind-the-scenes extra feature, the show’s performers discuss their roles, their private lives, Lena Dunham, and other topics as they are interviewed on location in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. (PG-14)
She gets uneasy if there are too many men in the room.
For me, it’s important to dress consciously, lest I misconstrue the fact that Julia Nobis looks stunning in full clown makeup to mean that I probably would as well.
The girls are back and worse than ever.
She is not so fancy.
I do not doubt that Lena Dunham’s sexualization of her younger sister as a toddler was from a place of curiosity and innocence rather than lust and perversion. Her actions, while strange, are not uncommon.
After I told my mother, she yelled at me for being so upset and shouted, largely out of frustration, “What am I supposed to do now? She was a child?” I ran out of my house crying, furious with her.
Why are people so quick to hate Dunham, and have this deep desire to pin her down as a sexual predator even if it is an outrageous claim?
We are perfectly right to question Lena Dunham and judge the words she herself wrote. Equal culpability, equal responsibility, equal accountability. It’s part of the whole equality package.