Lena Dunham Wins Glamour 'Woman of the Year'
Nothing says class and glamour quite like comparing voting for the first time to losing your virginity. And nothing says grace and style like winning a national award for doing so. Now, the epitome of class, glamour, grace and style – Lena Dunham, who cut the infamous Obama campaign commercial suggesting that sleeping with Obama and voting for him were one and the same – has won Glamour’s “Woman of the Year Award.” In fact, Glamour labels her The Voice of a Generation. To which the American people reply: we’ll sell our bonds.
Other winners include important figures ranging from actress Selena Gomez to Ethel and Rory Kennedy to photographer/quasi-pornographer Annie Liebovitz– and, of course, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
So congratulations, Lena! Losing your voting virginity to Barack Obama was worth it.