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Lena Dunham Throws Another Innocent Man Under the Rape Bus

December 7, 2018

Actress Lena Dunham threw a man cleared of a rape allegation under the bus in a public apology that is equal parts sycophancy and narcissism.

Lena Dunham Halloween creepy costume

October 17, 2015

Halloween – once a time when children could engage in innocent fun and create happy, lifelong memories – is being politicized yet again. If your children happen to attend one of the schools that have yet to ban the holiday outright, you’ll be pleased to know that there are new costume options available for little girls – ones that teach them that Halloween isn’t about being Cinderella, but about celebrating important female role models like Gloria Steinem, Justice Ruth Ginsburg, and… Lena Dunham.

Yes, you read correctly. Consider dressing up your toddlers as “feminist-icons,” including the aforementioned trailblazers. The Lena Dunham costume comes complete with a frumpy, plaid dress a la her HBO show Girls, and of course, faux tattoos.

Now there’s a role model for young, impressionable girls.

Lena Dunham celebrated as a Rape role model

April 27, 2015

Lena Dunham isn’t the only victim of her sexual assault, and yet despite the fact that her unconscionable behavior resulted in an innocent family man being accused of her rape, the “Girls” creator is still being celebrated and honored as a sexual assault role model at events like this weekend’s Variety’s Power of Women New York Luncheon, and throughout the mainstream media.

Lena Dunham’s college ‘rape’ story fails a fact check

December 4, 2014

In her just-released memoir, Not That Kind of Girl, Lena Dunham describes her alma mater, Oberlin College, as “a liberal arts haven in the cornfields of Ohio.” After a month-long investigation that included more than a dozen interviews, a trip to the Oberlin campus, and hours spent poring through the Oberlin College archives, her description of the campus remains the only detail Breitbart News was able to verify in Dunham’s story of being raped by a campus Republican named Barry.
On top of the name Barry, which Dunham does not identify as a pseudonym (more on the importance of this below), Dunham drops close to a dozen specific clues about the identity of the man she alleges raped her as a 19 year-old student. Some of the details are personality traits like his being a “poor loser” at poker. Other details are quite specific. For instance, Dunham informs us her rapist sported a flamboyant mustache, worked at the campus library, and even names the radio talk show he hosted.