Poor Lena Dunham. That sister-molesting, Hillary-endorsing rape-hoaxer has quit Twitter more times than she’s had hot meals. Which is to say, a lot of times. A whooooole lot of times.
And here we go again! Charlie Spiering, Breitbart.com:
Actress Lena Dunham criticized Twitter as a harmful place for women to spend their time, explaining why she decided to stop checking the platform…
Dunham made her remarks this afternoon during a forum hosted by MORE Magazine with First Lady Michelle Obama and actress Julianne Moore…
“I think it’s important to remember that threats are more than someone saying I’m going to come to your house and I’m going to hurt you,” she said. “Insulting someone’s appearance, insulting someone’s religion, or their race, you know, all of that to me constitutes a threat and I think we can make changes to how we control that dialogue on the internet without threatening our First Amendment rights.”
Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech… unless it hurts Lena Dunham’s feelings. And keep in mind, she’s saying this in front of the First Lady of the United States. Who doesn’t seem to have a problem with it.
It’s easy to make fun of Dunham, because she’s a highly visible, delusional narcissist who’s been living in a bubble her entire life. But it’s not just her. She’s hardly alone in sincerely believing such ridiculously petulant nonsense. She represents an entire generation of human beings who really don’t know the difference between an insult and a threat. They have no defenses against even the mildest criticism, because they’ve never had to develop any.
On the other end of the spectrum you have John Cleese, who has accomplished more in his career and made more people laugh than Lena Dunham ever has or ever will. He’s fed up with this crap:
What Mr. Cleese said, kids. The only person who’s responsible for your feelings is you.
If you’re still confused, here’s a handy chart:
What college students need to know. Captured in this simple diagram: pic.twitter.com/ujINjMwszQ
— Christina H. Sommers (@CHSommers) January 31, 2016
As you were.