Celebrity Lena Dunham - Fat, Child Molesting Attention Whore and Her Trainwreck of a Family

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Guess Lena is going the munchie route now. Isn't endometriosis currently one of the most popular munchie conditions?
Because endo has wildly varying symptoms (in fact some people are asymptomatic) and a varying degree of pain, I think it's a common one for munchie cows. It's fairly common and a lot of the probably have it....but nowhere nearly as badly as they think they do / say they do. It's an easy way to go on and on about 'invisible pain' you're in, and there's no way to catch someone exaggerating about the pain, really.

I have someone I suspect to be a munch/narc on my fb feed and she's constantly going on about endo with her echo chamber. She's had something like 21 surgeries now and with the last one she says the surgeon couldn't do much because of all the scar tissue. She screeched to have this surgery bumped up and now she's stuck in the hospital during this covid panic, on quarantine, for a surgery where they literally did nothing.
 

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Lena Dunham, Vogue Team for "Serialized Romance Novel"

5:51 PM PDT 3/23/2020 by Lexy Perez

New chapters for the actress' 'Verified Strangers' novel will be published Monday through Friday on the fashion magazine's website as a means of entertaining those who are staying home amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Lena Dunham is doing her part in helping entertain everyone staying at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Taking to Twitter on Monday, the actress shared news that she's "writing a serialized romance novel with Vogue magazine" as a means of helping those who are practicing social distancing in order to stop the spread of the virus. "When I found out this #coronavirus was going to keep us in our homes, I wondered how we could create community - and storytelling has always been a way for me to feel closer to others, when I’m feeling alone," Dunham wrote.

Having "always been fascinated by serialized publishing," Dunham shared that she has been a longtime fan of the "hundreds of battered babysitters club novels" and "learning about how #CharlesDickens released his greatest novels as serialized chapters in penny newspapers."

"A #romance novel is the pulpiest and most distracting fun you can have and a medium I’ve long wanted to work in (probably since I stole Forever by @judyblume out of my babysitter’s backpack; It’s not @daniellesteel , but it was the sexiest thing I’d ever read," she wrote.

Dunham will be publishing chapters from her work Verified Strangers on Vogue's website, with new chapters released Monday through Friday.

"It seemed the perfect time to launch this project. In this unsettling period of isolation and anxiety, the act of communal reading can provide enormous solace. Lena Dunham is one of the most gifted writers we have today, and I am thrilled that she came to Vogue with this idea and thought we were the best partner for this ambitious and inspiring project," writes Vogue's online editor Stuart Emmrich of Dunham's new series.

Verified Strangers will center on the character Ally, who, as Dunham describes, is "32, single and nursing the kind of heartbreak that has taken years to mend." After Ally, who is addicted to dating, learns that Los Angeles proves to have a shortage of eligible men, her roommate suggests she limit her search to "verified strangers," i.e. "a friend of a friend" and "someone new (to you) but who comes with a resounding recommendation."

To encourage reader engagement, Vogue and Dunham are allowing readers to play a key role in the plot’s development. "Every second chapter will end with a cliffhanger: Ally is faced with two options for her next move. Which will she choose? That’s where the readers will come in," the magazine stated. After the chapter is published each day, readers will be able to vote on the Vogue Instagram account on where the story should go next, a decision that Dunham will abide by.

"Find out what Ally does when it rains men (and one woman) and vote on where you want this story to go, in a modern choose-your-own-adventure romance novel, written exclusively for quarantined singletons and the people who love them," said Dunham.

"Dickens wrote serial stories through all sorts of public crises, including the London cholera outbreak of 1854. And while he didn’t adopt a choose-your-own adventure model, he did receive hundreds of letters telling him in no uncertain terms exactly what his audience wanted from him," she also tweeted.

"Anna and Vogue have always given me the chance to try news things and and push myself as a writer, and Vogue has also been vocal in covering social distancing and self-isolation thoughtfully," said Dunham. "Plus, I love that this is a little bit of a return to Vogue’s rich history of publishing fiction (did you know Vogue published 19 Kate Chopin stories in the late 1800s?!)"

The first chapter of Verified Strangers is available now. Readers can follow the novel's progress on social media through the hashtag #VerifiedStrangersonVogue.
 

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Lena Dunham, Vogue Team for "Serialized Romance Novel"

5:51 PM PDT 3/23/2020 by Lexy Perez

New chapters for the actress' 'Verified Strangers' novel will be published Monday through Friday on the fashion magazine's website as a means of entertaining those who are staying home amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Lena Dunham is doing her part in helping entertain everyone staying at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Taking to Twitter on Monday, the actress shared news that she's "writing a serialized romance novel with Vogue magazine" as a means of helping those who are practicing social distancing in order to stop the spread of the virus. "When I found out this #coronavirus was going to keep us in our homes, I wondered how we could create community - and storytelling has always been a way for me to feel closer to others, when I’m feeling alone," Dunham wrote.

Having "always been fascinated by serialized publishing," Dunham shared that she has been a longtime fan of the "hundreds of battered babysitters club novels" and "learning about how #CharlesDickens released his greatest novels as serialized chapters in penny newspapers."

"A #romance novel is the pulpiest and most distracting fun you can have and a medium I’ve long wanted to work in (probably since I stole Forever by @judyblume out of my babysitter’s backpack; It’s not @daniellesteel , but it was the sexiest thing I’d ever read," she wrote.

Dunham will be publishing chapters from her work Verified Strangers on Vogue's website, with new chapters released Monday through Friday.

"It seemed the perfect time to launch this project. In this unsettling period of isolation and anxiety, the act of communal reading can provide enormous solace. Lena Dunham is one of the most gifted writers we have today, and I am thrilled that she came to Vogue with this idea and thought we were the best partner for this ambitious and inspiring project," writes Vogue's online editor Stuart Emmrich of Dunham's new series.

Verified Strangers will center on the character Ally, who, as Dunham describes, is "32, single and nursing the kind of heartbreak that has taken years to mend." After Ally, who is addicted to dating, learns that Los Angeles proves to have a shortage of eligible men, her roommate suggests she limit her search to "verified strangers," i.e. "a friend of a friend" and "someone new (to you) but who comes with a resounding recommendation."

To encourage reader engagement, Vogue and Dunham are allowing readers to play a key role in the plot’s development. "Every second chapter will end with a cliffhanger: Ally is faced with two options for her next move. Which will she choose? That’s where the readers will come in," the magazine stated. After the chapter is published each day, readers will be able to vote on the Vogue Instagram account on where the story should go next, a decision that Dunham will abide by.

"Find out what Ally does when it rains men (and one woman) and vote on where you want this story to go, in a modern choose-your-own-adventure romance novel, written exclusively for quarantined singletons and the people who love them," said Dunham.

"Dickens wrote serial stories through all sorts of public crises, including the London cholera outbreak of 1854. And while he didn’t adopt a choose-your-own adventure model, he did receive hundreds of letters telling him in no uncertain terms exactly what his audience wanted from him," she also tweeted.

"Anna and Vogue have always given me the chance to try news things and and push myself as a writer, and Vogue has also been vocal in covering social distancing and self-isolation thoughtfully," said Dunham. "Plus, I love that this is a little bit of a return to Vogue’s rich history of publishing fiction (did you know Vogue published 19 Kate Chopin stories in the late 1800s?!)"

The first chapter of Verified Strangers is available now. Readers can follow the novel's progress on social media through the hashtag #VerifiedStrangersonVogue.
When Dickens wrote his serialized novels, he had already been a successful writer, journalist, and newspaper editor. His first one was Pickwick Papers, and his second Oliver Twist, both classics. These depictions of common life were so well-constructed and popular, they spawned a new class of readers within the illiterate British poor, while also being favorites of Queen Victoria.

Lena Dunham got fat on TV and started a feminist newsletter that died within 3 years. Here are her current writing credits.

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She's not exactly cut out to re-kindle a "communal reading" tradition.
 

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When Dickens wrote his serialized novels, he had already been a successful writer, journalist, and newspaper editor. His first one was Pickwick Papers, and his second Oliver Twist, both classics. These depictions of common life were so well-constructed and popular, they spawned a new class of readers within the illiterate British poor, while also being favorites of Queen Victoria.

Lena Dunham got fat on TV and started a feminist newsletter that died within 3 years. Here are her current writing credits.

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She's not exactly cut out to re-kindle a "communal reading" tradition.
All these z list celebs coming out with their half-assed projects to entertain all of the little people is hilarious. How delusional are they? Nobody cares about your dumbass writing you fat cow. My favorite so far is Felicia Day's half completed webseries that's only available in 480p.
 

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Lena Dunham is reflecting on her two years of sobriety after giving up the anti-anxiety medication Klonopin.

The Girls creator and actress, 33, opened up about being “2 years clean and sober” in an Instagram post shared on Friday. Dunham celebrated the milestone by sharing a selfie of herself smiling at the camera as she looked back on her journey in the photo’s caption.

“It’s a miracle I can’t take for granted no matter how hard I try,” she wrote. “Two years ago I didn’t think I needed to get sober. But a quiet voice inside me said, “lay it down for a moment” and then other, louder voices helped me keep it up. To those voices- you know who you are and thank you x infinity.”

“My heart pounds thinking of who I was two years ago. I was afraid to change but what actually happened was that I became myself again, a young and carefree self, a self who was clear in intention and bold in action and – most of all- free. We know, now more than ever, that we all need to be free,” she continued.

While Dunham says her life isn’t perfect since the big change, she feels she made the right call in becoming sober.

“When I first got sober, people often told me it was the best choice they’d ever made, the achievement of which they’re most proud. That seemed crazy- NOT doing something was the best thing they’d ever done??? But they were right- not using and removing secrecy and self harm from my repertoire, has given me a life beyond my wildest dreams,” she told her followers. “Not because it’s perfect, but because it is really and truly mine.”

The star ended her note by encouraging those who may be dealing with addiction problems to seek help, writing, “There is real help available for people who feel they are beyond hope. So many people are waiting for you across a shaky but time tested bridge.”

Dunham first spoke about her struggles with Klonopin during a 2018 episode of Dax Shepard‘s podcast Armchair Expert, in which she said she started taking the medication after her anxiety held her back from daily activities and hindered her work.

“I was having crazy anxiety and having to show up for things that I didn’t feel equipped to show up for,” she explained. “But I know I need to do it, and when I take a Klonopin, I can do it.”

She said the drug made her “feel like the person I was supposed to be” to a point where she started taking it more frequently.

“It stopped being ‘I take one when I fly,’ to ‘I take one when I’m awake,'” she revealed. “I didn’t have any trouble getting a doctor to tell me, ‘No you have serious anxiety issues, you should be taking this. This is how you should be existing.’”

Last year, Dunham shared about her experience in rehab during the Friendly House treatment center’s 30th Annual Awards Luncheon.

“When I was dropped at rehab, I thought it was the end of my life,” she said in her speech. “Seemingly overnight, I had lost almost all of what I held dear. My relationships, my body and my career were in relative shambles from decisions I had made and things that had happened. Well, I was under the influence of pills that I thought dulled my pain, but actually created it. I kept repeating the phrase I just don’t see a place for myself in the world anymore. And that wasn’t suicidal ideation. Exactly. I had simply edged myself out of the picture. Like I was a Polaroid. That wouldn’t develop.”
“At the threshold of the treatment center as my parents dropped me off like it was camp I took off my boots,” she continued. “There was a no shoes rule and walked into a room of people whose pain radiated off of them, like some terrible superpower. I was such an open nerve that on my first day of group therapy when I was asked to share a little bit about why I was there, I told my seemingly endless tale of whoa. You know, the one, just the one that justified and necessitated being numbed by medication. The patients. And the therapist simply looked at me and said, ‘s—.’”

The Tiny Furniture director explained that her healing “began because I allowed myself to be loved by a group of people in recovery who showed me that I was worth saving and worth loving no matter what metaphorical and like sometimes literal alleys I had wandered down.”

She added, ”And so after much contemplation moving further through my journey of recovery and talking to other sober women, I realized being me has hurt and sometimes it’s hurt so much that I couldn’t bear it. But being me is also a super power. And it’s the same for all of you.”
"Woah"
"[...]when I was asked to share a little bit about why I was there, I told my seemingly endless tale of whoa. You know, the one, just the one that justified and necessitated being numbed by medication. The patients. And the therapist simply looked at me and said, ‘s—.’”
 

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"...when I was asked to share a little bit about why I was there, I told my seemingly endless tale of whoa. You know, the one, just the one that justified and necessitated being numbed by medication. The patients. And the therapist simply looked at me and said, ‘s—.’”
That would have been insufferable to sit through. Not only because she has the unique ability to apply over-analysis to every nuance and minutae of her life, while lacking any authentic self-awareness. That, plus she'd be mentally fisting herself at having a literal captive audience. ...Shit, indeed.
 

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"Woah"
"[...]when I was asked to share a little bit about why I was there, I told my seemingly endless tale of whoa. You know, the one, just the one that justified and necessitated being numbed by medication. The patients. And the therapist simply looked at me and said, ‘s—.’”
Lena certainly doesn’t have any legit “woe” so maybe “woah” is more apt. It‘s a word that has the dumb shallow ring to it that would seem fitting for Lena’s life.

Her tale of whoa indeed.

She’s really shameless. I’d bet anything that while she pats her own ass for “quitting” kolopin she fails to mention the other benzos she got prescribed instead. Nor all the opiates she absolutely must take, doctor’s orders!, to survive as a female chronic pain warrior.

I think most of the shit she‘s published the past two years are just rambling victimhood and ego wanks she shits out while high as balls.
 

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Why the fuck is this confessed child molester not in prison again?
It happened when they were minors. Although some stuff in the later years may have been when Lena was over 18, I forget. Her family are complete degenerates and well connected. Nobody would have reported it if they knew about it. I have no reason to believe her parents did not know about at least some of Lena's predatory behavior.
 

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I hope it is ok to cross post. I posted this to the Munchausen thread earlier but it belongs here as well. Here is the original post and pic

Although Lena has a thread elsewhere on KF, she is worthy of mention here for this recent pathetic display. In the years past, lena has been dumped by her longtime bf, lost her career and gained many pounds. She also had a drug addiction and a very disagreeable personality.

She enjoys posting quite ugly and repulsive nude pics that have us begging for her to wear clothes. But then she does wear clothes and her utterly shitty tastes is equally repugnant and puzzling. How can someone be this consistently and obviously unattractive? Her career and reputation tanked big time.

And then a munchie career began in earnest. She had the drug addiction, then her endomitriosis extravaganza which included her naming her uterus "judy" and even got a tattoo in tribute of judy.

Then the saga of the histrionic hysterectomy hoopla which should have ended the medical saga but it orbited it into full swing. Next up, she scored that sweet ED diagnosis and we were treated to another " woe is me" round of publicity.

So here we are today and lo and behold, here is Lena who has leveled up her character in this game of MunchCraft and now has the ability to use toobz and toolz. In honor of her 34th birthday, she decided it was time to flex and show off the newest accessories by doing a pap stroll with them.

Look y'all, our sooper speshul girl has an IV pole. Amusingly, our girl's IV pole doesnt have wheels so she has to carry the dang thing ( so brave, insert strong arm emoji). She is also seen clutching an iced coffeish drink in the other hand in these pointless and pathetic pics.

DM must have a writer with a wicked sense of sarcasm as he writes "Lena swept her locks up into a top knot, while also adding light touches of make-up and a pair of oversized glasses but otherwise she kept her look accessory free."

the anticipation is building... What will be the next step. Our hysterectomy hero has more money than sense so I believe this is just the begining. Will she get a service dog or just to be quirky, get an emotional support zebra for extra asspats n'shit.

How bout a new set of wheels? o not a car, thats just boring and not eco friendly. A speshul scooter is the way to go. Or maybe some AFOs which are the perfect accessory to any outfit, especially when attending fancy weddings and being in important family pics. Thats a fashion tip straight from our dear departed Adjustable Jacqui.

Perhaps she should collab with the bald and brave selma blair.

Innyways, here is the DM article complete with pics and added drama.
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She definitely should keep her mask on.

Also, wth happened with her legs?:

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Bitch looks like a land whale. A person with any deformity having to leave the house and has no other option but being seen, sure, I respect that. Lena loves to force us to watch her flaws, her ugly when all she does now is to spend time at home.