Publisher Altering Lena Dunham’s Book After Rape Story Questioned

Random House, forced by the attorney for the man Dunham accuses of rape, is changing the book.

Next, they need to remove the material in that book, which the child sexual abuser, Lena, describes in detail the molestation of her little sister.

I just posted this paragraph on the Facebook pages for “Girls” and for her book. Feel free to post something on those Facebook Pages, as you can do so and get your voice heard. Links at the bottom of this page.

“Lena Dunham, If you had any principles or human dignity, you would ask Random House to pull your book from the shelves –out of respect for every survivor of child sexual abuse, whom you have done an iniquity to, by writing about the sexual abuse you perpetrated on your little sister –by writing about it so brazenly …and as if you are still fantasizing about her vagina. Random House should retain its dignity and principles by REMOVING that book from the shelves, and by apologizing to all victims of child sexual abuse. All victims of child sexual abuse, should start a Class-Action lawsuit against Random House. For promoting child sexual abuse, for normalizing it, and for virtually encouraging it by publishing your book. Same-sex child sexual abuse, perpetrated by an older sibling, can have SERIOUS after-effects on the victim. You have no idea what kind of pain you have caused countless victims of child molestation with your self-aggrandizement and description of sexual deviancy on your sister. You need help, and you need to apologize publicly.”





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4 Responses to Publisher Altering Lena Dunham’s Book After Rape Story Questioned

  1. shanakd9 says:

    This is what I wrote on my facebook page about this sick twisted f*ck!

  2. Alethea says:

    I just posted this messages to Lena Dunham: If you and Random House donated your book earnings to child sexual abuse charities, and pulled the book from the shelves, or removed every word about molesting your sister…and then publicly apologized to all sexual abuse victims and survivors…. you would do a great service to victims, and you would be regarded as a strong and intelligent woman, instead of what you appear to be right now.

  3. jimmy says:

    Why are the police not charging her?

    • Alethea says:

      Jimmy, I think it’s because Lena was ages 7 through 17 at the time, and because her sister has said she did not feel abused (a common reaction by many people who have not connected the dots between the molestation and their adult issues). But her sister certainly has reason to not be honest about how she TRULY feels about it. Families -even incest families- commonly protect and defend one another, and the abuser,

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