Lena Dunham, koja se nikad nije sramila pokazati svoje tijelo na ekranu i van njega, objavila je fotografiju u bikiniju na kojoj ponosno pokazuje svoje ožiljke od endometrioze.
Radi se o kroničnoj bolesti kod koje otoci endometrija, sluznice maternice, koji se inače nalaze samo unutar nje, izrastaju izvan maternice. Radi se o ozbiljnoj bolesti kod koje jedan od simptoma može biti i neplodnost.
Foto: Snapchat Printscreen
Na svom Instagramu je nedavno objavila post u kojem piše kako je sretna što je Instagram omogućio ne samo brisanje komentara već i filter pomoću kojeg možete odraditi brisanje komentara koji sadrže riječi koje smatrate uvredljivima. Sve što trebate jest ući u svoj profil i izabrati sekciju komentari i sastaviti svoju listu. Ovo je samo jedan od načina kako spriječiti zlostavljanje na internetu kojem je i sama Lena često meta. Na svu sreću, ona se zna s tim nositi, ali se pita što je s onima koji su primjerice tinejdžeri i koji tek formiraju svoj identitet, a zlostavljanje na internetu utječe na njihovo psihičko zdravlje.
Many of you know that I've dealt with my share of Internet trolls. I'm not here to bitch and moan, because that's what my therapist is for, but I have often been disappointed by what feels like a lack of effort to protect people online from racist, misogynist, ableist, xenophobic & transphobic language. I've even read clear threats! Social media communities should engender a dialogue, not become tools for verbal abuse. As a public person I know I'm taking on a certain amount of hate, and I armor myself (though that doesn't mean I don't go totally effing nuts when I see some of my heroes getting attacked online for things like their race or sexuality.) But I can't help but wonder how people without the same resources have learned to cope. What about teenagers who are still forming their identities, and for whom cyber-abuse is an absolute threat to their mental health? That's why I'm so pleased Instagram is taking the lead to help protect their 500 million users from unwanted and abusive comments. Now, when you tap the gear icon on your profile, you’ll find a new Comments tool. This lets you make a list of words you consider offensive or inappropriate (for me those are "mons pubis" "thong" and "bag of cottage cheese".) Any comments with these words will not appear on your posts. You can choose your own list of words or just use the default words Insta has kindly provided. I'm so excited that they've given us this tool to keep unnecessary negativity out of our feeds and hearts. So, use it! Plus, this is in addition to the tools they've already developed- so please keep on swiping to delete gross comments, reporting inappropriate creeps and blocking like your life depends on it. Because guess what? Someone's might. Love you! Lena ? And thank you @kevin for your lovely post about these developments! Image by the one & only Tracy Emin ?)
A photo posted by Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) on Sep 13, 2016 at 4:33am PDT