Lena Dunham: 'Hillary Clinton's anatomy is not the reason I'm voting for her'

Lena Dunham
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Along with U.S. soccer star Abby Wambach, Girls creator Lena Dunham campaigned for Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire on Friday.

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"Nothing gets me angrier than when somebody implies that I'm voting for Hillary Clinton because she's a woman," Dunham said. "It's not like we have some feminist version of beer goggles called 'estrogen lens' that just causes us to go walking up to the nearest vagina and vote for them."

That said, the actor added, she'd like to see a woman like Clinton take office, Time reports.

"While Hillary Clinton's anatomy is not the reason I'm voting for her," Dunham said, "there's nothing that would send a stronger message to this country, and to the world at large, than sending a competent, strong, essential woman to the highest office."

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