Wednesday, January 16, 2013

'I am so glad I am not a young woman in America in 2013. If you are not a slut, any real social life is tough...'

From Pamela Geller's essay, "New York Times Declares Victory in Feminism's War on Love and Romance."

And then head back over to The Other McCain, ICYMI, "Nobody Really Likes @LenaDunham, and Deep Down Inside She Knows It, Too." (And by the way, I watched the second season's premiere of "Girls." It's slut culture, grind culture, and Lena Dunham takes her clothes off, a lot...)

See also Weasel Zippers, "Hollywood Obamabot Vows to Not Get Married Until “All Gay People Can Get Married”…"

Lena Dunham

IMAGE CREDIT: London's Daily Mail, "So much for keeping it real! Girls star Lena Dunham gets a glossy makeover for new magazine shoot."

The Interview interview is here: "Lena Dunham":
"I think that I may be the voice of my generation—or, at least, a voice of a generation," declares Hannah, the aspiring writer protagonist of Lena Dunham's new series, Girls, which premieres this month on HBO and revolves around a group of four young women living in New York as they fumble their way through twenty-something life in the greater post-recessionary Manhattan area.
We're doomed.