Lena Dunham attends The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment Breakfast at Milk Studios on December 9, 2015 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

There’s At Least One Person in the World Worse Than Lena Dunham

Confessed sex abuser and fading Hollywood actress Lena Dunham has decided to auction off a piece of her clothing for a cause she believes in – slaughtering innocent baby boys and girls. But not just any clothing. No, when you’re raising money to keep the medical waste dumpsters at Planned Parenthood open for business, it can be only the best.

So Dunham is going to be selling the dress she was wearing on election night, the dress she cried in, the dress in which she mourned the ascension of Donald Trump and the collapse of feminine mystique. And who wouldn’t want to buy that? No doubt the folks bidding on this gem will be well adjusted and mentally sound.

Of course all this is worthy of news coverage to the New York Times, so they interviewed her about it, which resulted in this pearl of inconsistent drivel:

“It’s nice to be able to unite my most joyful and frivolous interest, Shopbop and my most powerful interest, women’s bodies and how to protect them.”

Lest anyone be confused, a bit of clarification is in order. When Lena refers to protecting women’s bodies, she is not talking about the millions of female bodies that have been mutilated, shredded, and dismembered by the curette and forceps of the abortionists she worships. Nor is she speaking of the bodies of girls she wants to sexually abuse, like she admitted to doing, but has never faced punishment for committing.

Dunham also added:

“It’s a very, very challenging moment to be a woman in America.”

Yep, if there’s one place in the world where it’s challenging to wake up every day as a woman, it’s the United States. Sure…

  • Women in Saudi Arabia face the specter of female genital mutilation.
  • Women and girls in Pakistan must contend with the fear of having their dad legally kill them for dating someone that dishonors the family name.
  • Women in Guatemala don’t get to go to school.
  • Women in Afghanistan have to be on the lookout for acid being thrown in their face.
  • Women in Chad get to be forced into marriages while they’re pre-pubescent.
  • Women in Nigeria are regularly at risk of being abducted and put into human trafficking rings.

But yes, Lena, someone in America objecting to having tax dollars fund Planned Parenthood’s bloodlust is far more serious challenge for women.

It is sincerely shocking to me that anyone is willing to publicly associate themselves with this kind of anti-intellectual nincompoopery. But just when I think it can’t get much worse than Lena, I remember – someone out there will actually buy this dress. So there is worse.

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