Saturday, May 30, 2015

Lena Dunham's war on us

I have mention lena Dunham here and here, but I didn't know that I was part of a war on her:
The Right-Wing War on Lena Dunham
The right-wingers obsessively document and chastise her every move. Why are conservatives so threatened by a 29-year-old TV showrunner and author?

In honor of Memorial Day, Lena Dunham Instagrammed herself in a lacy bra and panty set, and captioned the sultry snap, “I think I will wear it to dinner with some boots & a smile because we are all very lucky to be free.”

Dunham clearly presents her exhibitionism as a celebration of personal and political freedoms, but certain fringe elements of the right-wing media have taken the peaceful photo as further evidence of Dunham’s personal war on male retinas, Republican values, and the American Dream.

The friendly folks over at Breitbart even took it upon themselves to share the photo on Facebook along with a PSA: “DISCLAIMER: Breitbart News is not responsible for any emotional, spiritual, or psychological damage that might occur as a result of viewing this article.” Because trigger warnings are a liberal tool used to infantilize and over-coddle ...
I agree that the picture requires a trigger warning, so I am not posting it.

All I can say for this picture is that she conceals her kooky tattoos.

A Hollywood actress should be still attractive at age 29. Now she just looks and acts like a broken degenerate.

My guess is that most right-wingers regard her as a pathetic porno actress, if they have even heard of her. But she is at war with Republican, and most of civilized society. Her nonsense is barely worthy of comment, except as an example of what is wrong with millennial girls.

On another subject, the Free Range Mom reports on an Ohio newspaper:
Stranger danger education saved one Butler Elementary School student from possible abduction Tuesday. ...

A letter sent home Wednesday alerting parents about the attempted abduction said the man was a passenger in a white colored Ford Ranger pickup. The vehicle was driven by an older woman with gray hair, the letter said.
The newspaper explained the next day:
he attempted abduction reported Tuesday in Butler has turned out not to be one. ...

But what really happened was that the man got out of the vehicle near the end of the school zone to wave at his two children, who were outside on the school grounds.
More evidence of our sick society.

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