Lena Dunham is human.
She makes a mistake once in a while — including offensive, knee-jerk response tweets — and she has every right to be as naked as she wants on TV. People might love or dislike it, but it's ultimately her choice if the network approves.
She can also wear whatever she wants, especially to awards shows. People might not like that, too, or even completely disagree with her choices, but that does NOT mean she should be fat shamed because of any decision she makes!
Here's what she said about the Golden Globes (above) to Glamour (You can see her cover HERE!):
"At the Golden Globes I had a little bit of fat bubbling over, but I love how that looks. It looks bountiful. It reminded me of corset dramas."
"I think I radicalized my relationship to my own body in order to accept it. To make my body a prop in my work gave it a value I didn't feel it had before. People called me fat and hideous, and I lived. And now I keep living."
Keep ignoring the haters, girl!
It sucks they're out there, but you can and will move on from it and give it less thought than they think it deserves! Obviously with the amount of acclaim both you and the show get, you're doing something right.
[Image via WENN.]
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