Lena Dunham’s War on Women

If pop culture is on your radar, the Breitbart.com  deconstruction of a losing battle in Lena Dunham’s War on Women is worth your time.

Dunham’s  best seller “Not That Kind of Girl”, contains a number of departures from reality, as well as a story of sexually abusing her own sister.  Among these stories is a claim that she was raped by a prominent college republican.

Breitbart’s John Nolte has investigated the details of her story, and found it to be inaccurate, with the accused not matching Dunham’s descriptive highlights.  The named individual, very unlike Dunham’s “memory” of her sex contact,  has had to retain a lawyer, and disappear from social media.   Memories of the famous Tawanna Brawley case come to mind.

Lena Dunham continues to allow the named individual, who says he never met her, who does not match her physical description, who did not graduate when she said he did, and who did not work where she said he did, to twist in the wind.

Dunham refused to press charges in a claimed case of rape.  Either she is lying about rape altogether, or she has allowed a criminal (whose name and description do not match)  to remain free to repeat his crimes.  Both of these options harm other women.

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