Lena Dunhan (the creator of Girls on HBO) just released her book Not that Kind of girl with great reviews. Dunhan tells us about her experiences with sex, food, OCD, relationships, weight and more. Since I heard about this book I can’t stop thinking about what kind of girls watch the series Girls or/and what kind of girls would read this book. Are they all connecting with Dunhan’s story because it’s like watching/reading their own story?? I have no problem admitting that I have seen myself in so many scenes while watching Girls. There’s one scene when Adam pees on Hanna where I felt so humiliated for her and it made me remember the times that I felt humiliated also in my own relationships (literally nobody ever peed on me but it felt like it, metaphorically speaking I felt.. you know what I mean, right?!). A lot of people compare Girls to Sex in the City, trying to define the shows as better or worse. However, I think there’s no comparison. Girls, is the kind of show that you can watch and see yourself there (most of us) or it can be the opposite like watching Sex in the City and just wonder how life is with money and being glamours in Manhattan. If you ask me which one I prefer? Both. I love the reality that Girls makes me feel while watching it and also I love the “unknown” feelings and all the fantasy that Sex in the City brought to my life and still brings ever time I watch it. I LOVE Carrie Bradshaw!! #always #forever
Here are some interesting videos that Lena Dunham made to answer some questions asked by her fans.