Lena Dunham Reveals Why She Spoke Out About Her Rape a Decade Later
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Just before stepping out for the 72nd Golden Globes ceremony, Lena Dunham went topless for an Instagram photo.

The "Girls" actress bared it all as she showed-off her pastie-covered nipples in support of "Free the Nipple" campaign. Jennifer Konner, the show's executive producer shared the bold photo of the actress on the social media account and captioned it as "#FREETHENIPPLE cover."

Dunham is one of the celebrities who support the campaign. Other celebs who advocate for the cause are Chelsea Handler, Rumer Willis and Miley Cyrus. The campaign has been initiated against strict social media guidelines, which forbids users from exposing their breasts in pictures. It aims to legalise topless pictures of women as men are reportedly allowed to post topless pictures.

Meanwhile, the 28-year-old opted for a less revealing look for her appearance at the Golden Globe Awards. She looked stunning in a red Zac Posen gown. She kept her look classy with minimal accessories and coupled her look with a pair of matching heels and a dainty bracelet.

The actress' date for the event was Andrew Rannells. He revealed in an exclusive chat to Ryan Seacrest that Dunham is quitting Twitter. Reportedly, the actress wants to stay away from the public scrutiny.

"I deleted Twitter because I'm trying to create a safer place for me emotionally," People threaten my life and tell me what a cow I am.I check it occasionally but it's not the same co-dependence that Twitter and I once shared. There's a lot of people I love on Twitter, but unfortunately, you can't read those without reading the deranged Neocons telling you you should be buried under a pile of rocks," she told Eonline

Dunham received a Golden Globes nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series—Comedy or Musical