'Girls' star Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff end relationship

'Girls' star Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff end relationship

'Girls' star Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff end relationship

She said: "I'm wearing this ring that Jack gave me, and I'll always wear it because love is a really cool, powerful, eternal thing".

In 2015, Dunham told Ellen DeGeneres on the "Ellen Show" that she and Antonoff own a dog and a house together, but marriage seems to be a very serious thing.

Shortly after the Perrineau comments, Zinzi Clemmons, a writer for Dunham's feminist newsletter Lenny Letter, quit the publication, writing that it was "time for women of colour - black women in particular - to divest from Lena Dunham". The Girls star noted she was unable to participate in the initiative's planning stages for "highly personal reasons", but applauded the effort and Thompson's "artistry" and "consistent candor".

Thompson responded with the following statement, specifying that no, Lena Dunham had nothing to do with the #TimesUp initiative and yes, the actual women involved were just surprised as the critics that Dunham turned up for the photo opp. Dunham posted screenshots from their FaceTime session including one where Antonoff was eating a banana, and one where he's eating a sandwich.

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"Lena was not anywhere present in our group during the countless hours of work for the last two months", she wrote. So many women also have real work to do. For highly personal reasons, I've been unable to join previous efforts but being asked to be a part of this celebratory moment was truly handsome. It is for us all, ' she wrote. They broke up in December, reports an entertainment website.

The backlash was swift, with many calling Dunham -a self-professed feminist - a hypocrite.

Dunham said in a series of tweets in November that she mistakenly thought Antonoff was going to propose.

'As feminists, we live and die by our politics, and believing women is the first choice we make every single day when we wake up. He showed me the importance of making political statements using your public platform.

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