Lena Dunham Started an Epic Discussion About Birth Control

Best tweets ever.

In the weeks following the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby ruling, much of the nation's attention has been on birth control coverage for women. Lena Dunham had voiced her opinion on the issue, tweeting, "Women's access to birth control should not be denied because of their employer's religious beliefs," and following up with, "This is more than a women's right issue. The Burwell vs. Hobby Lobby ruling is a disappointing step back for ALL of us."

Last night, Dunham took to Twitter again — this time, with a question:

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Instantly, both women and men started replying with reasons of their own:

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Dunham concluded by thanking the "brave women and sensitive men" who participated in the dialogue, and then made this expert point:

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And then she added one more reason of her own:

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Dunham also encouraged her followers to keep up with the Planned Parenthood Action Fund (who will be accompanying Dunham on her upcoming book tour) for more information.

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