Tell The New Yorker Lena Dunham Isn't Funny

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On Friday The New Yorker released an online version of an article by Lena Dunham, set for print in their March 30, 2015 issue, where she lists certain traits, asking her readers to guess if the statements are about her dog, or her "Jewish boyfriend.

One of Dunham's statements goes like this: "This is because he comes from a culture in which mothers focus every ounce of their attention on their offspring and don't acknowledge their own need for independence as women. They are sucked dry by their children, who ultimately leave them as soon as they find suitable mates."

She continues the anti-Jewish attacks with statements like, "he doesn't tip" and "he never brings his wallet anywhere."

Tell The New Yorker Dunham's snark is not funny.

Tell their advertisers to pull from the magazine until the editors and Dunham issue an apology.

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