Lena Dunham loves her body and doesn't ''give even the tiniest of s**ts'' about what other people might think of it.
Lena Dunham doesn't ''give even the tiniest of s**ts'' about what people think of her body.
The 'Girls' star took to Instagram on Thursday (16.01.17) to make an impassioned plea to other women to love their body for what it is.
She wrote: ''I feel I've made it pretty clear over the years that I don't give even the tiniest of s**ts what anyone else feels about my body. I've gone on red carpets in couture as a size 14. I've done sex scenes days after surgery, mottled with scars. I've accepted that my body is an ever changing organism, not a fixed entity - what goes up must come down and vice versa.
''I smile just as wide no matter my current size because I'm proud of what this body has seen and done and represented. Chronic illness sufferer. Body-shaming vigilante. Sexual assault survivor. Raging hottie. Just like all of YOU. Right now I'm struggling to control my endometriosis through a healthy diet and exercise. So my weight loss isn't a triumph and it also isn't some sign I've finally given in to the voices of trolls. Because my body belongs to ME -- at every phase, in every iteration, and whatever I'm doing with it, I'm not handing in my feminist card to anyone. (sic)''
And the 30-year-old actress went on to praise her friends who ''demand that life be more than a daily weigh in''.
She added: ''So thank you to my girl @ashleygraham for writing so gorgeously about this on @lennyletter ... Thank you to @tracyandersonmethod for teaching me that exercise has the power to counteract my pain and anxiety, and to @jennikonner for being my partner in F**K IT. I refuse to celebrate these bulls**t before-and-after pictures.
''Don't we have infinitely more pressing news to attend to? So much love to all my web friends who demand that life be more than a daily weigh in, who know their merit has nothing to do with their size, who fight to be seen and heard and accepted. I love you- Lena (sic)''
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