Lena Dunham is no stranger to controversy. The Girls star/creator has come under fire for everything from her constant nudity to accusations that Dunham is an unfit dog owner.
Lena's latest dust-up, however, has nothing to do with her personal life or her cultishly adored HBO series.
No, this time Dunham has entered a debate involving NBC's refusal to air a commercial because it contains the word "abortion."
The ad in question is a trailer for an off-beat romantic comedy entitled Obvious Child that stars Girls regulars Jenny Slate and Gaby Hoffman.
In the film, Slate plays a newly single woman who gets pregnant during a one-night stand and decides to have an abortion.
Last week, it was first reported that NBC rejected a version of the trailer that includes Slate's character declaring her decision to terminate her pregnancy. The unexplained decision angered Dunham and many others: