Lena Dunham Bart Simpson of Feminism

Lena Dunham Bart Simpson of Feminism

It has not taken long for Lena Dunham to raise a ruckus in her worldwide book tour of Not That Kind of Girl, there should be no surprise as the writer and actress really is the Bart Simpson of feminism. The creator and star of the HBO comedy Girls, courts controversy on a regular basis. As one journalist pointed out in a Q and A last year, the 28 year old performer likes to appear regularly on the series in her birthday suit in situations that make no real sense to the show’s plot.

Constantine on Television: Was That a Cigarette?

Constantine on Television: Was That a Cigarette?

At long last, Constantine has been, sort of, returned to his British roots with the show’s appearance on American television but thus far, this chain smoking Liverpudlian has played with his lighter more than he has puffed on any tobacco laden products although towards the end of episode two, that was a cigarette he popped into his mouth before being disturbed by Zed. It was, in fact, one from an entire packet of cigarettes that Constantine had in his possession, presumably, over the first two episodes of the series on NBC.

Lena Dunham as Essayist on Tour: Preferably Clothed

Lena Dunham as Essayist on Tour: Preferably Clothed

Lena Dunham, darling of feminists the world over, will now be seen as an essayist on tour, preferably clothed and without any long winded rants on her right to show off her naked body. Her collection of essays, titled Not That Kind of Girl, is not on par, by all reports, with her “funny” HBO show Girls which has won a number of awards. Earlier this year, during a Q & A session in Los Angeles, Dunham was asked just why so much nudity featured in the program, specifically her nudity.

HBO Relies on Outdated Parent/Teen Stereotypes for New Commercials (Video)

HBO Relies on Outdated Parent/Teen Stereotypes for New Commercials (Video)

HBO have released a bunch of commercials that are relying upon an outdated parent/teen stereotype to publicize their new HBO GO service. In the series of advertisements, we see a “typical” American family, either consisting of Mom, Dad, teen son and daughter watching either “uncomfortable” sex filled scenes or non sex scenes where the parents, who obviously do not have a pop cultural bone in their body, interrupt the show on television by guessing the actors incorrectly.

 

HBO Relies on Outdated Parent/Teen Stereotypes for New Commercials (Video)

HBO Relies on Outdated Parent/Teen Stereotypes for New Commercials (Video)

HBO have released a bunch of commercials that are relying upon an outdated parent/teen stereotype to publicize their new HBO GO service. In the series of advertisements, we see a “typical” American family, either consisting of Mom, Dad, teen son and daughter watching either “uncomfortable” sex filled scenes or non sex scenes where the parents, who obviously do not have a pop cultural bone in their body, interrupt the show on television by guessing the actors incorrectly.