Before she started penning the Emmy Award-nominated Girls, Lena Dunham wrote a letter to a sex advice columnist about losing her virginity!
Lena, 19 at the time, asked whether there was a right way to tell prospective paramours that her V Card had never been swiped, and if she should set a deadline for
shooting doing the deed:
"Once you're 19, people seem to expect that you've done it six ways to Sunday. So it can come as quite a shock when a girl my age admits that she's still on the v-team…It seems to freak guys out, like they think that you're going to get too attached to them if they devirginize you."
The sex columnist's advice was that Lena "hang on to that v card," (true, that don't expire, gurl!) and make sure that she didn't do anything she wasn't ready for:
"There will be no deadline-setting or peer-pressuring. You will simply live your Intermix-clad, iPod-accessorized, O.C.-obsessed life until you meet a young man who doesn't give a whit about your sexual status, but just wants to express his love for you through three timid thrusts and premature ejaculation."
LOLz! Such great and funny advice! Too true, too! You should never feel pressured sexually, and make sure you always knock boots based on your own comfortability and schedule!
Those guys from college probably wish they'd been a little more understanding, seeing how Lena, who shows her own Girls
89190231 a lot of times in the HBO series, seems completely comfortable with her sexuality! This Girl is on fire!
Now, we only wish Hannah might ask for some advice about getting back together with the ever-so-slightly creepy Adam!
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