At this point you may still be able to navigate away from this story before you see any pictures.
Ok, we warned you.
We denounce ourselves.
Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke are fronting a lingerie advert that we can actually relate to https://t.co/oqFDeYPK5b pic.twitter.com/ijmeUwvANe
— The Independent (@Independent) August 26, 2016
We do not in anyway relate to this lingerie advert.
Not one bit.
— Rudolf E. Havenstein (@RudyHavenstein) August 26, 2016
The effect of the lingerie is delicately annihilated by @lenadunham's execrable character. @Independent
— Magnus Dahlgren (@MagnusDahlgren) August 26, 2016
To this point, it’s not that Lena has a very average looking body (the average size of American women is 14), but it’s what’s on the inside with Lena that makes her even more unattractive.
Women don’t want to be represented in this way, leave our underwear alone.
@Independent eh no. Just put the underwear on a hanger and sell it to me, plain and simple, it shouldn't be a body politics yawnfest!
— Sarah Holmes (@Salwicklow) August 26, 2016
Body politics. Brilliant. That’s sort of like playing personality politics but dumber.
@Independent This is satire, right? Tell me it's satire. Also it's dinner time and people are eating.
— Ronayne Maher (@ronaynemaher) August 26, 2016
Sure comes off as a joke but sadly no.
In unretouched ads, “Girls” stars Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke show what women look like in their undies https://t.co/2jzup3jFZj
— Quartz (@qz) August 26, 2016
No. This is not what women look like in their undies, stop pretending you’re doing women a favor by making fools of yourselves.
Lena Dunham and GIRLS co-star Jemima Kirk are the stars of a refreshing new lingerie campaign https://t.co/gty7ddaQ4n
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) August 26, 2016
Some lingerie co ( @LonelyLingerie ) is advertising w/Lena Dunham in their ads. Fire the marketing dep't. Now I want to do that heroin.
— ZombieHarambe2016 (@LilMissRightie) August 25, 2016
Feminists, you don’t have to make EVERYTHING an issue.
Let underwear be underwear, you don’t have to make a statement and gross out millions of people while doing it, there isn’t some great underwear oppression thing going on.
"I sure would feel better about myself if I saw Lena Dunham in some ugly underwear,"
said no one ever.
— East of Sweden (@mybigblondelife) August 26, 2016
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