Lena Dunham

"Something very deep inside me shifted then, and it never shifted back," the actor told Lena Dunham in a cover story for Harper's Bazaar.
“Sometimes the thing you’re most scared of being called is the best thing you can call yourself,” Dunham wrote of her new ink.
When you look back in history, these "hysteria" symptoms sound an awful lot like endometriosis.
Could a new phone app help change the way we treat one of the most misdiagnosed diseases among women?
Four women share their experience with the physical and emotional pain of endometriosis.
“It’s a pretty specific experience," the "Girls" creator said.
Our society is still in a terrible place when it comes to the treatment of rape survivors.
The "Girls" creator seems incapable of being part of a collective movement without trying to be its face.
"There are few acts I could ever regret more in this life," the actress wrote in a heartfelt essay.
I'd developed a physical dependence and spent weeks in withdrawal. But I didn't know.
Steven Spielberg and J.J. Abrams hired the "Girls" creator for a movie about a Syrian mom shipwrecked escaping Egypt.
“My particular passion was Klonopin," the actress said during a talk with Dax Shepard.
In the new Lena Dunham comedy, the actress stars as a woman more insufferable than any "Girls" character.
"This isn’t a person who has a ton of power, but the small amount he has I feel he has used for ill," she told Andy Cohen.
"She made me feel safe and strong," the actress wrote.
"My body is mostly healed and every day I find a new bruise on my heart, but today I offer myself gratitude," said the "Girls" creator.
The "Girls" creator wrote that she's "happy joyous & free" at a heavier weight.
"We really love kind people who are not trying to make a joke of what it is we’re doing.”