I was trying to ignore this story of Dunham's childhood, um, "curiosities" aptly described by Kevin Williamson this way: "There is no non-horrific interpretation of this episode." But if pre-pubescent exploration can be explained away as a youthful indiscretion, what explains Dunham's need to recount the event in her book? Has she no shame, or is she really hard up for autobiographical material?
Then, to compound the problem, she takes to Twitter to express outrage that she would be quoted with her own words. Yes, Lena, it is disgusting but not for the reasons you think.
Disclaimer: I have never seen "Girls." That might be a "claimer" now that I think of it.