Lena Dunham has famously created the TV show Girls. It is about the trials and tribulations of a set of young women in Brooklyn. I have never seen it, as I do not have cable TV (follow my lead if you will), but I have read about it. It would seem that the continual drama, sleeping around, etc. is not very conducive to much of anything good. At least that would seem to be the lesson if one watches the show.
To be honest, this does seem to be a fine message to send out. I wonder if this is what she is intending. Or perhaps the lesson is meant to be, “Do this kind of stuff in general, only do it better than the characters here. We are showing you not how to do it”.
Those of you who have seen the show, please chime in. Is the above assessment wrong?