Lena Dunham no longer believes rape victims because her show’s producer has been accused of rape

It’s amusing for me to watch liberal feminists backtracking on their allegation that women don’t ever, ever lie about rape. 

Except when it’s someone she knows who is accused. That’s the exception. 


Here’s the solution: any man or woman found making a false accusation of rape should be taken to court and if found guilty, given the same punishment that the accused would have received. lex talionis

If you’re familiar with lena Dunham, then you must know that she’s another one of these dumbass feminists who believes that women simply do not lie about rape. In fact, according to her, the number of women who do lie about rape are so few and insignificant that their existence shouldn’t be considered when passing laws or investigating the validity of accusations.

Lena has claimed on several occasions that the percentage of women who lie about rape is close to 3%, but has failed to provide any evidence to back it up. Consider the following tweets:


So how exactly does good old Lena Dunham respond when Murray Miller, her friend and executive producer/writer of her television show “Girls”, is accused of rape by actress Aurura Perrineau? Lena says she believes her producer is innocent, and that his accuser is among the “3%” who lie about rape. In a statement releasedby Lena and her co-producer Jenni Konner, the pair said while they are happy about the recent outings of sexual predators in Hollywood, they believe Murray is a “wrong target”:

During the windfall of deeply necessary accusations over the last few months in Hollywood, we have been thrilled to see so many women’s voices heard and dark experiences in this industry justified. It’s a hugely important time of change and, like every feminist in Hollywood and beyond, we celebrate. But during every time of change there are also incidences of the culture, in its enthusiasm and zeal,taking down the wrong targets.
We believe, having worked closely with him for more than half a decade, that this is the case with Murray Miller.While our first instinct is to listen to every woman’s story, our insider knowledge of Murray’s situation makes us confident that sadlythis accusation is one of the 3% of assault casesthat are misreported every year. It is a true shame to add to that number, as outside of Hollywood women still struggle to be believed.We stand by Murrayand this is all we’ll be saying about this issue.

She doubled down on Twitter, basically admitting that she throws her beliefs out the window the minute someone she knows is involved:


And women are not standing for it.