Time’s Up For Lena Dunham

January 8, 2018 | celebrity | Sam Robeson | Comments

Lena Denham looked like Louie Anderson in Demi Moore drag while attending the HBO Official Golden Globe Awards After Party last night in Los Angeles, and yes, she wore black! The 75th Annual Golden Globes proved that assault and inequality are no match for fashion-forward protesting, as pretty much every actress wore black to further a cause that most would be hard-pressed to define.  A real message to further the #MeThree! and #TimesUp movements would have been to dress like the women from The Handmaid’s Tale, or just, actually boycott the awards show entirely, but wearing dresses from a funerary scene set in The Capital from The Hunger Games is second best. The whole night felt very grounded and relatable.

While most celebs took the opportunity to flaunt what Weinstein will be missing out on in cleavage-baring and curve-hugging gowns, Dunham kept things more appropriately chaste by wearing a droopy frumpy entire bolt of black fabric. The fact that she probably thinks she looks sexy is enough to make you want to down a bottle of Xanax. When Dunham isn’t finger blasting her underaged sister or defending an alleged rapist because he’s neat to work with – even though she’d crucify a man for staring at her exposed shoulders in this stunning dress – she’s fighting sexual assault in Hollywood. Dunham even took to Instagram with the caption:

Humbled to stand alongside these amazing women and say #TIMESUP on systemic oppression, underrepresentation, discrimination, abuse and violence in all industries.

You heard it here. Oppression, underrepresentation, discrimination, abuse, AND violence are gone! Poof! Now if only the same could be said for Dunham.

 

Photo Credit: Getty

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  • the man from amsterdam

    i wonder when a feminist is goin to stand up for all men who unfairly have to pay child support. or all the men who unfairly lost child custody cases and shit. i get that women have problems, but if you are really for equality, dont just be self serving.

    • Anna

      AMEN. And Im a woman!

      • the man from amsterdam

        thanks.