lena dunham and natasha lyonne share their therapy stories
What happens when you condense a lifetime of therapy into less than two minutes? Directors Teddy Blanks and Alex Karpovsky seek to answer this question in their revealing, hilarious new web series, “Shrink.”
lena dunham has another show lined up for you
Lena and Jenni Konner are already working on a new TV show together.
lena dunham is cleaning out her epic closet for planned parenthood
Support women's health by buying a Prada clutch, Opening Ceremony Tevas, or the Kenzo dress Lena wore while crying into Lady Gaga's lap on Election Night.
i-Q: jack antonoff has some serious questions for ivanka trump
With his second Bleachers record, 'Gone Now,' out now, we met up for some quickfire fun.
jack antonoff on the creative women in his life
As we count down the days until the release of his second Bleachers record, "Gone Now," Jack discusses working with Lorde, his relationship with Lena Dunham, and why, in such a male dominated industry, he prefers working with women.
lena dunham doesn’t want any more compliments about her weight loss
The actress and writer responded to the fixation on her weight by handing out some super real diet tips of her own.
lena dunham directed her boyfriend’s new bleachers music video
The video stars Alia Shawkat (aka Maeby from "Arrested Development") and features Lorde singing backing vocals.
the glorious return of the female slacker
A trope that previously personified tired entitlement has evolved to address a new kind of woman on screen.
why the finale of 'girls' recreated the ending of the 1988 play 'the heidi chronicles'
The Pulitzer-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein served as a strong inspiration for Lena Dunham’s last season of ‘Girls.’
'girls': right on or problematic?
As Lena Dunham’s Brooklyn-based comedy enters its final season, we examine the good and the bad of the HBO series.
celebrities get political on the eve of trump’s presidency
Atlanta rapper T.I. writes an open letter to Trump, Anohni teams up with CocoRosie for a protest song, and Jennifer Lawrence, Hari Nef, Meryl Streep, and more appear in 100 years of Planned Parenthood film produced by Lena Dunham.
watch the trailer for the final season of 'girls'
It's the beginning of the end.