"But the problem with Girls is that while the show reaches—and succeeds, in many ways—to show female characters that are not caricatures, it feels alienating, a party of four engineered to appeal to a very specific subset of the television viewing audience, when the show has the potential to be so much bigger than that."
Writer: Jenna Wortham
Publication: The Hairpin
What makes everyone think that Lena Dunham should be writing about women of color? What in her previous work or life experience suggests that she'd be the appropriate fit for that?