Lena Dunham is an American filmmaker and actress. She wrote and directed the independent film "Tiny Furniture," and is the creator and star of the HBO series "Girls." In 2012, she was nominated for 4 Emmy Awards for "Girls."
She’s no stranger to controversy, but Lena Dunham is adamant that people know that she never did anything sexually harmful to her little sister Grace.
The “Girls” actress has been under fire after a conservative blog took issue with portions of her new book “Not That Kind Of Girl” in which she recounted being curious about the female body and looking at her sibling’s private parts.
She’s been trying to promote her new book “Not That Kind Of Girl” but Lena Dunham has hit a serious snag in the form of a new story by TruthRevolt.
The website in question recently ran a story titled, “Lena Dunham Describes Sexually Abusing Her Little Sister,” based on an excerpt from her book in which she talks about looking at her sister Grace’s lady region.
Showing some love for her English fans, Lena Dunham showed up at the Secret Garden at Shoreditch House in London on Wednesday evening (October 29).
The green-haired “Girls” star donned a white floral slip dress as she promoted her new book “Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She’s Learned,” signing autographs and posing for photos.
She’s no stranger to controversy and Lena Dunham has made quite a name for herself by pushing the envelope with her hit HBO show.
The “Girls” starlet told “Makers: Women in Hollywood,” "On Girls, I didn't know if I was necessarily going to get away with casting myself as this lead character. I didn't know if I would get away with some of the just, like, sexual content. I didn't know what was allowed. I just kind of went in thinking everything was allowed, and then it mostly was."
We’re used to Lena Dunham putting her hilarious antics into scripts, but in her new memoir the “Girls” creator dives into more serious content.
During her interview with Terry Gross on NPR’s “Fresh Air,” the 28-year-old chatted about a section in her book “Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She’s Learned” that is hard to miss.