Take Action: Sign Petition To HBO To Cancel Lena Dunham’s Show

Today someone told me that I should create an online petition to get HBO to cancel Lena Dunham’s series, “Girls,” because of Dunham’s new book, in which the actress/producer virtually proudly tells the world she is a child molester.

I thought the petition was a great idea, and did a quick search. I found that someone else already has done it!

Please sign these petitions: change.org

and this one: sign the petition, and please pass this information on to others.


The only thing I don’t like about the petition is that the person who started it mentions Lena as a “left-wing activist.” This issue has NOTHING to do with politics. This has nothing to do with “right or left,” or with any other activism Lena Dunham has done.

Please do not allow politics, or political affiliations, or right or left wing belief systems taint the fact that this woman has openly admitted, and with self-aggrandizement, that she molested her little sister, and she may very well still have the propensity to be vile with a child because she was not embarrassed about publishing the material, and she has shown no remorse for her actions with her sister, and she almost makes it sound like it was a good thing.

Many of you might be fans of the show “Girls,” and might be reluctant to sign the petition because you enjoy the show. But when it comes to child sexual abuse and child molestation, people need to remove their blinders and do what is right, or child abuse will never be taken seriously and molesters will be given a green light to sexually violate children.

If you are still trying to convince yourself that Lena did nothing wrong, or that it was “mutual sexual play” between children, then please review this information:

  • When the older, dominating child is age seven and the younger sibling is age one, it is NOT two children close in age exploring each other’s bodies.
  • When a teenager (aged thirteen to seventeen) is deliberately masturbating next to a much younger child, in the same bed as the child, it is child sexual abuse on the younger child. It is a violation of the personal and sexual space of the younger child. Given all of Lena’s own words, she very likely masturbated next to the little girl, with mental sexual gratification from the child being next to her.

From Lena Dunham’s Book, Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She’s “Learned”:

Lena writes in her book that her “curiosity” about her little one year-old sister’s vagina got to her, and she went to her little sister, and “carefully spread open her vagina.” Dunham writes, “She didn’t resist and when I saw what was inside I shrieked.” Lena says she found six or seven pebbles stuffed inside her sister’s vagina.

She then writes: “My mother didn’t bother asking why I had opened Grace’s vagina. This was within the spectrum of things I did”

What else did she do?

One of my readers pointed out that one year-olds do not put pebbles in their own vaginas. I also feel Lena may have put those pebbles in her sister’s vagina.

Dunham also admits in her book that she bribed her little sister with candy in order to get the child to kiss her on the lips for five seconds. This is total manipulation of the younger child. This is NOT “mutual play.”

Dunham wrote that she would bribe her little sister in order to get her to “relax on her” in front of the TV set, and would sneak into her sister’s room to listen to her breathe.

Even Dunham herself admits in her book that she did to her little sister, “basically anything a sexual predator might do to woo a small suburban girl.” This is an admission -be it conscious, or unconscious- this is an admission that she was a sexual aggressor.

Same-sex sibling sexual abuse has the ability to create serious physical and emotional problems in the sibling who was abused.

What if Lena Dunham’s case were an older teenage boy who masturbated next to his little sister, and that same boy had admitted to being curious about his little sister’s vagina and wanted her to lay on him, and had bribed his sister into kissing him on the lips. What if this were the scenario?

Or, better yet, what if it were a priest who admitted to perpetrating these same acts when he was seven, and again, when he was a teenager? You can bet your life that everyone, including the U.S. media, would be demanding the Vatican to have that priest removed.

Also, please view the photo that Lena Dunham posted of her little sister, then age five, and the comment she made about the photo on Instagram.

The photo shows the five year-old child with make-up, fake breasts, and “bad girl motorcycle chick” written on her shirt. Dunham writes about the photo: “that time I dressed my 5 year old sister as a Hell’s Angel’s sex property” (you can view the photo by clicking on the link below this article)

Please read this sentence from Dunham’s book, describing the times she shared a bed with the child (in which teenage Lena masturbated next to her little sister):

“I shared a bed with my sister, Grace, until I was seventeen years old,” Dunham wrote in Not That Kind of Girl. “She was afraid to sleep alone and would begin asking me around 5:00 P.M. every day whether she could sleep with me… Her sticky, muscly little body thrashed beside me every night as I read Anne Sexton, watched reruns of SNL, sometimes even as I slipped my hand into my underwear to figure some stuff out.”

Then, please read this paragraph:

“Do we all have uteruses?” I asked my mother when I was seven. “Yes,” she told me. “We’re born with them, and with all our eggs, but they start out very small. And they aren’t ready to make babies until we’re older.” I look at my sister, now a slim, tough one-year-old, and at her tiny belly. I imagined her eggs inside her, like the sack of spider eggs in Charlotte’s Web, and her uterus, the size of a thimble.”

“Tiny belly,” “slim,” “sticky, muscly little body, thrashing beside me…” Words of a pedophile?

You decide:

“Grace was sitting up, babbling and smiling, and I leaned down between her legs and carefully spread open her vagina. She didn’t resist…”

Lena Dunham writes as if she is still fantasizing about this child’s vagina, and about the moment she pried it open.

Can’t you see this? Please people, open your eyes and sign the petition. Click on the link below:




View the photo of the five year-old dressed up with make-up and fake breasts:


In case she removes the photo from Instagram, it is also here:




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6 Responses to Take Action: Sign Petition To HBO To Cancel Lena Dunham’s Show

  1. Red says:

    Also, yes, I am reminded of Michael Jackson too.

  2. mary says:

    Networks care about their bottom line and if “Girls” is bringing in major revenue, I honestly doubt any petition would convince them to take it off the air. Unless it was something glaringly obvious, like in the case of the “Honey Boo Boo” scandal (in which TLC took the initiative to cancel the show even with good ratings to save its already shoddy reputation in regards to child exploitation.)

    I think as long as people stop watching Lena Dunham’s shows and buying her books, HBO will eventually cancel her programs. I just hope this scandal doesn’t inspire curiosity or renewed interest in her show, as scandals tend to do. I never watched “Girls” before, but now I definitely will make a point to avoid watching this show.

    • Alethea says:

      If people do not take action, merely out of fear that her show will grow in popularity, then where are we as a society? We become a society of people that allows fears, and fears of ‘what might happen’ to propegate the sexual exploitation and abuse of little children.

      Lena Dunham should be prosecuted for child pornography for posting a photo which shows her sister -at age 5- with make-up, fake breasts, and “bad girl motorcycle chick” written on her shirt. Dunham writes about the photo: “that time I dressed my 5 year old sister as a Hell’s Angel’s sex property.”

      • mary says:

        I went ahead and signed both petitions, because I am deeply disgusted with the positive amount of press this woman continues get. But my point was not to hold off from speaking out of fear (one should never hold back from speaking out against the wrong thing )but to do the things that would be most effective to get the show off the air. Ever hear the phrase, “there is no such thing as bad publicity”? I truly believe encouraging people to boycott “Girls” and even HBO would be the best way to get this show off the air in this case. No ratings, no show.

        Do not watch reruns of this show, do not watch DVDS/blu-ray disc, dont even rent this program, do not purchase any books written by this woman. By doing these things you are directly and financially supporting a child molester and sending the message that her behavior is acceptable and profitable.

        This takes me back to Michael Jackson for some reason. How sad was it that people cared more about their entertainment (buying his music, attending his concerts, etc etc) than they did the safety and well being of children. We witnessed something truly soul crushing in regards to public support for the MJ’s child rape victims– there being very little support if any.

        I’ve noticed that in the case of Lena Dunham, even many people in the “feminist” “left wing” constituency she supposedly represents, and fans of her show, are truly shocked and thoroughly abhorred by the things she wrote in her autobiography. It does show that to many people common decency and morality trumps political views and agendas. Now I just hope this reflects in actual behavior and action of both the HBO network and by the viewers (a drop in ratings coupled with a cancellation of the show)

        • Alethea says:

          Thanks for the clarity Mary. You said essentially what my therapist said this morning…that the collective ‘powers that be’ use this kind of bad publicity to promote her. She also said that the Literary Award Lena received was most likely just a puff award to boost the book sales.

          The vast majority of people commenting on all the articles across the web, are posting thoughts very similar to mine. Most people are angry at her, and feel as I do about what she is.

          I am pretty blown away at the mass media’s response –which is quite the opposite of the general public.

    • Red says:

      Weird, though, that they should keep it, because I read that the ratings for the show were mediocre, with about half the viewers being men over the age of 50. (Yes, you have permission to barf now.)

      I think it has something to do with Lena being well-connected. Four generations of Dunhams were educated at Andover and her godfather is the art editor of New York Magazine–with whom she also cracks inappropriate, incestuous-sounding jokes.

      I find it sad that only over a thousand people have signed this petition so far. I was one of them.

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