It's the beginning of the end.
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.
The 'Girls' star also addresses Kim Kardashian's robbery and her recent controversial comments about Odell Beckham Jr. with her new friend (and longtime fan) Charlamagne Tha God.
Lena Dunham and her artist mother, Laurie Simmons, both explore themes of femininity, sexuality and the role of women through their work. Here the mother and daughter reflect on their shared passion for politics and a love that knows no bounds.
The model and superhero wrote an open letter in Dunham’s newsletter, Lenny.
She announced the release with a compelling short story in Lenny Letter today.
The friends and co-stars undress for the New Zealand label’s most recent campaign.
From one transgender woman's history-making address to nine Mothers of the Movement highlighting the need to protect black lives, this week's DNC in Philadelphia was full of emotional mic-drop moments.
The two spoke at the DNC about race relations, women’s rights, and why TV celebrities shouldn’t be listened to in politics.
Launching today, Humanity for Hillary is an alliance of artists and activists fighting to address the sexism of the 2016 presidential race — and get more women into office.
“Behind every successful woman is another successful woman,” reminds Sheryl Sandberg's new #LeanInTogether video.
'I dedicate this to the brave survivor in the Stanford case,' Dunham announced on Twitter.
'No one contacts us and says, 'I want a fitting,' say the owners of Brooklyn-based tailoring company Bindle & Keep. 'They usually say, 'This is my story.''
'Teenage girls are the MOST incredible creatures,' the 'Lenny' editor wrote on Twitter yesterday. As if you had any doubt.
'Is It Evil Not to Be Sure?' is a collection of journals written between the fall of 2005 and the spring of 2006.
Dunham, Chris Gethard, and They Might Be Giants continue the all-important queering of prom with 'the most Brooklyn event happening in Manhattan on Thursday night.'
Dunham and fellow 'Girls' writer Jenni Konner have added yet another job title to their respective resumes.
The penultimate series of 'Girls' may be one of its best.
Ahead of her talk at SXSW, the First Lady of the United States takes to Lenny to discuss the issue of global girls' education and her Let Girls Learn initiative. Charity single featuring Zendaya, Missy, and Janelle Monae to follow!