Can I call you Lena? We are part of the same brigade, after all. Champions of similar causes, you may say. What cause, you ask? An obsessed-over lack of supposed femininity, a deep-rooted belief in fairytales, and, of course, a commendable respect for the written word.
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?