Lena Dunham Spews Defenses of Hillary and Diversity at Sundance

Lena Dunham Spews Defenses of Hillary and Diversity at Sundance

Lena Dunham Spews Defenses of Hillary and Diversity at Sundance

I wish I were in Park City, Utah. At Sundance. Not because I like fluffy white powder to ski on (I do)…but so I can get next to Lena Dunham and push her off a chairlift and watch her roll down a mountain on her skis. That would be pure comedy and literally funnier than any Girls episode.

This past weekend, in an interview with Variety magazine at The Sundance Film Festival, Dunham stated that she “literally” wanted to tell the media what words they are not allowed to say about Hillary Clinton.

“Like, I literally want to make a list that we hand to media outlets that says, like, ‘These are the words you can’t use when describing a female candidate.’”

“If we were allowed to talk about male candidates like that, I’d have a f****** field day. I’d enjoy my life so much. Sorry, I get too worked up.”

Examples of the words she would ban included “shrill,” “inaccessible,” and “difficult.”

Good to know. So the words liar, criminal activity, top secret e-mails, security violations, sneaky, conniving, crooked and prison (I’m sure you can think of others) still are fair game? Noted.

Just when we thought she’s said enough, she hops on the “diversity” wagon:

“If the studio system is ignoring these voices then we have a very serious problem and they are and the fact is this dialogue and the promises that the Academy has made is the beginning of shifting that, but what really needs to happen is that people need to take notice and give resources to these voices. The idea that there aren’t enough diverse filmmakers or there aren’t enough woman filmmakers to give jobs to, it’s simply a fallacy and I know that because I’m here and I’m seeing the movies.”

The initial first-season cast of Girls? Looks pretty “diverse” to us:

Dunham was at Sundance promoting her upcoming HBO documentary, Suited, which features her younger sister, Grace (you know, the one she molested) who, according to Dunham, “does not conform to gender norms”, being outfitted with a custom suit from Brooklyn-based, LGBT-exclusive tailoring company, Bindle & Keep.

Apparently, Dunham’s sister, Grace is not the type of person who wants to hang out with Paris Hilton or Lena for that matter. (Who can blame her?) Diversity. How nice for her to keep her opportunities to direct and star in her films in the family all of whom, last I checked, are WHITE. And nothing quite says diversity like entering an upscale suiting company that specializes in suits for the LGBT population because I am so sure that all of the trans-population of all races can afford a Bindle & Keep blazer! Here’s a challenge for Dunham and her white, elitist liberal cronies: I would like the media to tell her that she can’t use the words “inclusive”, “diverse” and “Hillary Clinton”. Wait a sec, silly me! That’s in violation of the First Amendment, isn’t it?

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