Ariel Levy, New Yorker journalist and author of the new memoir The Rules Do Not Apply, is joined by Lena Dunham for an essential, free-ranging discussion about feminism, the shifting forces of our culture, what's changing now and what can never change.
Like many of her generation, Levy was raised to resist conventional rules — about work, about love and about womanhood. Her story of building a life then watching it all fall apart when disaster struck is already being acclaimed as a book that will inspire and change readers. Dunham herself writes “I am the better for having read it.” Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from these two extraordinary women.
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