As a result Kesha took Sony to court to try and terminate her contract with them: Kesha lost.Many female figures, including Dunham, have come out in support of Kesha despite Dr Luke’s insistence the claims are false.Some would say she has a point (the media is always the bad guy these days); others might wonder if Dunham has a different idea of what honesty is.What amused me most initially about this current kerfuffle is that Dunham felt no need to issue the same lecture to not because of something that actually happened, but because of something she felt. I suspect she feels pressure to look bad in photos.I understand that a whole bunch of people approved this photo before it got to you- and why wouldn’t they? But it’s a weird feeling to see a photo and not know if it’s your own body anymore (and I’m pretty sure that will never be my thigh width but I honestly can’t tell what’s been slimmed and what hasn’t.) I’m not blaming anyone (y’know, except society at large.) I have a long and complicated history with retouching.I wanna live in this wild world and play the game and get my work seen, and I also want to be honest about who I am and what I stand for. Maybe it’s seeing my candidate of choice get bashed as much for having a normal woman’s body as she is for her policies. With endless love, Lena PS I’d love the Tentaciones subscription I was offered!
‘I find the process incredibly peaceful,’ she says. Towards her enemies she appears a cold and heartless she-wolf.Dunham did not approve of how she had been depicted.Not because the photograph showed Dunham wearing virginal white and thick eyeliner, staring into the camera like a vacuous anime doll – rather than the articulate media power player she is – but rather, Dunham complained, she looked too thin: ‘This is NOT what my body has ever looked like or will ever look like – the magazine has done more than the average Photoshop,’ she said. I am genuinely honored to be on your cover and so happy you licensed a pic by @ruvenafanador, who always makes me feel gorgeous.It is part of the same victim paranoia sweeping campuses.Key to this victimhood culture is how subjective it is.