Lena Dunham, star and creator of 'Girls' on HBO, recently revealed that she used to wear a nude patch covering on the show, but no longer does.
Dunham made her comment during a roundtable discussion with several actresses, which was published by The Hollywood Reporter.
"I stopped wearing the nude patch after the first season of 'Girls.' There's not one guy who works on that show who hasn't seen the inside of my vagina," Dunham stated.
When asked what the patch was, Dunham explained, "This patch — you glue it over your vagina. It gets sweaty and always falls off. My male co-stars, at the end of the day, don't care."
When the topic moved to sex scenes, Dunham opined, "I never understand when people say, 'Sex scenes are so mechanical; it doesn't feel like anything.' It feels like someone f—ing you! It's confusing."
Dunham slammed Tim Molloy, a reporter for TheWrap, when he asked her in 2014 why she appeared nude so often in 'Girls.'
Dunham stated, “Yeah. It’s because it’s a realistic expression of what it’s like to be alive, I think, and I totally get it. If you are not into me, that’s your problem."
Dunham posed in her bra and panties in a picture that she uploaded to Instagram on Memorial Day.
She captioned the picture: "Love my @lonelylingerie and I think I will wear it to dinner with some boots & a smile because we are all very lucky to be free."