On this important election day let us not forget that Lena Dunham, who once described herself as the voice of her generation, wants everyone to Rock the Vote. And you can be sure it’s not for Republicans.

She didn’t vote in the last midterm election but what does that matter?

Hunter Schwarz of the Washington Post reported:

A lot of the celebrities who appeared in the midterm Rock The Vote PSA didn’t actually vote in the last midterm

Celebrities are less likely to vote in midterm elections, just like us!

Rock The Vote released a public service announcement last month with a parody of Lil Jon’s “Turn Down For What” that featured public figures who explained why they planned to vote in the midterm elections, but according to public records, a number of them didn’t vote in the last midterm election.

At least five who appeared in the PSA — “Girls” actress Lena Dunham, comedian Whoopi Goldberg, “Orange is the New Black” actress Natasha Lyonne, “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills” star E.J. Johnson, and actor Darren Criss — did not vote in the last midterm, records from Los Angeles County and New York City show.

Of course, Ms. Dunham has bigger things to worry about at the moment.

Kevin Williamson of National Review and Bradford Thomas of Truth Revolt had the audacity to review Lena Dunham’s new book and (gasp) quote her. It’s pretty creepy stuff.

Thomas noted the passage where Dunham describes exploring her baby sister’s genitals at the age of seven:

In the collection of nonfiction personal accounts, Dunham describes using her little sister at times essentially as a sexual outlet, bribing her to kiss her for prolonged periods and even masturbating while she is in the bed beside her. But perhaps the most disturbing is an account she proudly gives of an episode that occurred when she was seven and her sister was one. Here’s the full passage (p. 158-9):

“Do we all have uteruses?” I asked my mother when I was seven.

“Yes,” she told me. “We’re born with them, and with all our eggs, but they start out very small. And they aren’t ready to make babies until we’re older.” I look at my sister, now a slim, tough one-year-old, and at her tiny belly. I imagined her eggs inside her, like the sack of spider eggs in Charlotte’s Web, and her uterus, the size of a thimble.

“Does her vagina look like mine?”

“I guess so,” my mother said. “Just smaller.”

One day, as I sat in our driveway in Long Island playing with blocks and buckets, my curiosity got the best of me. Grace was sitting up, babbling and smiling, and I leaned down between her legs and carefully spread open her vagina.

Williamson noted that Dunham described her own actions as similar in methodology to those of a sexual predator:

Dunham writes of casually masturbating while in bed next to her younger sister, of bribing her with “three pieces of candy if I could kiss her on the lips for five seconds . . . anything a sexual predator might do to woo a small suburban girl I was trying.” At one point, when her sister is a toddler, Lena Dunham pries open her vagina — “my curiosity got the best of me,” she offers, as though that were an explanation. “This was within the spectrum of things I did.”

For the crime of quoting her, Ben Shapiro now reports that Lena Dunham has threatened to sue Truth Revolt:

Lena Dunham Threatens To Sue Truth Revolt For Quoting Her

On Saturday, HBO’s Lena Dunham sent a “cease and desist” letter to TruthRevolt demanding that we remove an article we posted last Wednesday on sections of her book, Not That Kind of Girl. The letter threatened legal action if we did not both remove that article, as well as print a note, the suggested language of which read as follows:

We recently published a story stating that Ms. Dunham engaged in sexual conduct with her sister. The story was false, and we deeply regret having printed it. We apologize to Ms. Dunham, her sister, and their parents, for this false story.

We refuse. We refuse to withdraw our story or apologize for running it, because quoting a woman’s book does not constitute a “false” story, even if she is a prominent actress and left-wing activist. Lena Dunham may not like our interpretation of her book, but unfortunately for her and her attorneys, she wrote that book – and the First Amendment covers a good deal of material she may not like.

The liberal media is couching every report on this subject by saying Dunham is fighting “right wing” accusations and claims that she abused her sister. The reports downplay Dunham’s actions, as if Dunham were the victim.

Funny. When did quoting someone become an accusation or claim?

Dunham’s little sister, towards whom Dunham took the, ahem, controversial conduct, is making noises on Twitter (screenshots via TPM):

Grace Dunham Tweets re Lena Dunham

Don’t let Lena Dunham win today or ever for that matter.

Get to your local polling place today and rock your vote.

Your First Amendment rights may depend on it.

Update (WAJ): Dunham issued the following statement this afternoon:

I am dismayed over the recent interpretation of events described in my book Not That Kind of Girl.

First and foremost, I want to be very clear that I do not condone any kind of abuse under any circumstances.

Childhood sexual abuse is a life-shattering event for so many, and I have been vocal about the rights of survivors. If the situations described in my book have been painful or triggering for people to read, I am sorry, as that was never my intention. I am also aware that the comic use of the term “sexual predator” was insensitive, and I’m sorry for that as well.

As for my sibling, Grace, she is my best friend, and anything I have written about her has been published with her approval.