Posts Tagged ‘Lena Dunham’

LENA DUNHAM LEANING IN ON BODY POSITIVITY

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Unintended weight-loss or gain is hard enough for an Undercover Agent in private; however, when you are a celebrity the public attention can be simply demoralizing.  Leave it to writer/actress, Lena Dunham, to turn an embarrassing paparazzi shot from Monday (photo, right) into a lesson in body positivity for all of us on Tuesday (above), calling herself “happy joyous & free,” at 162 pounds.

While Dunham admits that she “sometimes looks at the left picture longingly,” she remembers her pain and unhappiness while at her lowest weight, in 2017.  “On the left: 138 pounds, complimented all day and propositioned by men and on the cover of a tabloid about diets that work. Also, sick in the tissue and in the head and subsisting only on small amounts of sugar, tons of caffeine and a purse pharmacy.”  Now Dunham claims to subsist on a “steady flow of fun/healthy snacks and apps and entrees, strong from lifting dogs and spirits.”

The brilliant writer adds, “As I type I can feel my back fat rolling up under my shoulder blades. I lean in.”  Immediately celebrity fans and friends leaned in.  Katy Perry commented that Dunham’s words were, “powerful,” while Jennifer Garner praised, “I love everything about this and you.  X”

GIRLS AND THEIR CURVES!

Wednesday, August 24th, 2016

Lonely Girls ProjectGirls stars, Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke, promoted the Lonely Girls Project in a raw, real, and un-photoshopped pictorial with New Zealand lingerie brand, Lonely.  The campaign is an “ongoing journal series featuring candid portraits of inspiring women in their own spaces wearing Lonely in their way.”  The brand fosters a sense of “positive body image and freedom of expression,” eschewing “conventional marketing.”

SILENCE NO MORE!

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

Silent No More

Leave it to the cast of Girls to unite all women in a stance against sexual violence.  Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet, and Jemima Kirke, appear in a powerful video entitled, “She Is Someone,” posted on Dunham’s Twitter account.  “I dedicate this to the brave survivor in the Stanford case who has given so much to change the conversation,” the writer/producer/actress wrote.