For a show about messy millennials, the season finale of HBO’s Girls wrapped things up fairly neatly, with one exception: Uh, what was the deal with Hannah’s baby? Like who does he actually belong to? I know, I know, the baby was fathered by windsurfing extraordinaire Paul-Louis, who is presumably as South Asian as…
I haven’t watched Girls in a few years. It’s not a Thing, it’s just another show I’m just not interested in watching, like Game of Thrones or This Is Us. I feel no need to hate-watch it. I understand that it’s very validating for a lot of people, and I honestly think as far as body positivity for (mostly white) women…
In a fitting and long overdue move, Glamour's February issue, which features the cast of HBO's Girls, was produced almost exclusively by women.
Lena Dunham apologized for “assigning misogynistic thoughts to someone I don’t know” about Odell Beckham Jr. in an interview in her Lenny Letter newsletter.
Last night's episode of Girls was one of the funniest and most relatable episodes this season. In it, Hannah becomes a high school substitute teacher and takes another teacher from the school to her ex-boyfriend's (Adam) new girlfriend's (Mimi Rose) art show.
"Who are you wearing?"
"What are you looking for in a man?"
"How do you balance work and family?"
The younger generation isn’t lazy or unmotivated. It just needs a strong voice to follow. And when they find one, millennials rally en masse.