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Dunham's earlier social media posts have recirculated following her apology to American football star Odell Beckham Junior.

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Milisuthando Bongela expresses a yearning to be "a free writer" and the responsibility that lies on the shoulders of African writers.

Jezebel might not win for feminism with Lena Dunham’s body

US site Jezebel has proudly published the results of its hunt for the pre-Photoshopped Vogue photos of Lena Dunham. But what does this achieve?

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