Until quite recently, I never heard of this woman, an actress, Lena Dunham. Dunham came onto my radar after she began campaigning for Hillary Clinton.
However, using social justice warrior tactics, Dunham has been trying to make a name for herself to ever more Americans.
In her bid to gain greater notoriety, Dunham has come forth to say she doesn't use Twitter personally. Her anti-Twitter protest stems from her belief that every man and boy on Twitter engages in violent harassament of women.
Trying to elicit sympathy to her cause, Dunham has said, “Hey you may think that I have a fancy celebrity life where I’m hidden from this kind of thing but I to am experiencing violent bullying in the internet and it affects me also.”
Thus, Dunham has come forth with a get-involved-in-politics strategy to up her stock price.
Dunham can't change physical facts. She has a sack-of-potatoes style body that makes it much harder for movie producers to put movie goers into seats. And in her business, that is tough to overcome. Usually women with her physicality get relegated to playing the weird friend or homeless lady.
Otherwise, women like her might fetch roles in indy movies featuring lesbian stories that maybe draw 10 people to an art-house theater during a two-week run.