The actress is ashamed of as they are for noise cared. But that feeling quickly goes away again.
Lena Dunhum appeared again for the first time in public, after the end of 2017 was having an operation to have her womb remove. In a conversation with the editor-in-chief of Glamour, she told that she is trying to get out of trouble on social media. Most recently, she had an apology tweet, after being a male writer of her HBO series Girls had defended. He was accused of the rape of a 17-year-old actress.
Dunham gave during the call that her pattern of tweeting-and-again-apologies a bit of a running joke. “That appear there are articles that state ‘Lena Dunham apologises for approximately the 87th time.”
She tells them that it has to do with her upbringing. “We try something, we fail, and we try something again. We view the problem from a different angle and grow.”
In her explanation about how she still more online criticism occurs, she joked: “I have about 19 people who stop me to tweet. Most of them paid for it.”
They said that they are always full of shame as she once again noise has caused, but that this usually quickly disappears.
About her recent surgery, she said that they are very grateful to have so much support. She admitted that she wasn’t ready for was. In an open interview with American Vogue, she explained that her uterus had been removed in order to put an end to years of suffering from endometriosis. This medical condition can intense pain, because the uterine lining starts growing outside of the uterus.
“The only person that I had heard that her uterus had been removed, was my 67-year-old grandmother. I just knew not that we were there,” says Lena Dunham. “The amount of people with whom I have conversations about gynaecological health in public places is huge. But I find that fun. That I have rather than that I fake pleasantries back to.”