A recording of Donald Trump making lewd remarks about women hit the internet on Friday, sparking an onslaught of criticism from some of Hollywood’s biggest names.
Today in misogynist news, “Girls” show runner Jenni Konner penned a note in Lenny Newsletter about a hideous encounter that went down between Lena Dunham and a male television producer.
A tweet Lena Dunham wrote five years ago has resurfaced—and is causing a major internet backlash.
(JTA) — The social media sites of Hollywood actress and writer Lena Dunham have not been updated since she apologized on them to football star Odell Beckham Jr. for making “narcissistic assumptions” about how he acted when seated with her at a dinner. Dunham, the creator and star of the HBO series “Girls,” issued the apology…
There’s plenty of juicy, funny and honest moments throughout Lena Dunham’s interview with Amy Schumer—unsurprising coming from two of the most candid women in Hollywood.
Dunham, who sends out a weekly feminist newsletter called Lenny Letter, said that Trump would set women’s rights back to a time when women were meant to be “beautiful but silent.”
Anyone who spoke out against Judge Aaron Persky’s light sentencing of Brock Turner needs to speak out about Kanye West’s latest video. It’s part of the same culture that lets men say or do what they want to women and then get off easy.
Jewish celebrities took to social media to express their sadness at Sunday’s shooting in Orlando, in which a gunman killed 50 people at a gay nightclub, the largest casualty of any mass shooting in U.S. history.
In honor of Lena Dunham’s 30th birthday today, I’ve rounded up the best of the best of Hannah Horvath’s most relatable quotes. The voice of my generation. Or, you know, a generation.