At author Sheila Heti's reading of new novel How Should A Person Be? in Los Angeles last night, performance artist, writer and filmmaker Miranda July delivered her verdict on
Me And You And Everyone In Bushwick Girls, sort of:
"Girls is a great show. Sheila and I were talking about Lena Dunham's generation, whom we admire. These women are able to make art at a much younger age, without having to go through, like, a punky rebellion like us older feminists have. They already just love themselves. And that's great."
Um, here's my question: Has she actually seen Girls?
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