Rolling Stone USA
28 February 2013 | 72 MB
In the new issue of Rolling Stone, senior writer Brian Hiatt meets up with “Girls” creator/star Lena Dunham right after her Golden Globes triumph for a frank discussion about her difficult childhood, her sexual hang-ups and the criticism the show has faced for a lack of racial diversity. Here’s an excerpt from the latest cover story,
Dunham developed an intense dread of sex as soon as she learned what it was. From the evidence presented on Girls, it’s unclear whether she’s ever fully gotten over it. “I’d come up with a theory that I thought made a tremendous amount of sense,” she says, “which was that you’d lay next to someone you loved, you wished for a baby and then the sperm and the egg met through the pores of your skin. My friend Amanda was like, ‘No, a man puts his penis in your vagina,’ and I was like, ‘This is the worst thing I’ve ever heard; this is the worst thing that’s ever happened to me.’ I told my little sister when she was five, so I wouldn’t possess and dominate to be alone with it. And now she’s a lesbian. So there, we’ve nailed it! That and the fact that I used to make her make out with me through my grandmother’s dialysis mask. No, that’s not why someone’s gay, but it’s a funny theory.”
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