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Or, hell, why not send them to Toys In Babeland, a shiny, happy, pro-feminst sex shop that is designed to encourage women to embrace their sexuality in a joyful, open way -- whether they're straight, lesbian or bi, whether they're vanilla or kinky.For her work on Tiny Furniture, Dunham also won an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Screenplay.I got a copy of Tiny Furniture from [HBO president] Sue Naegle.Conservatives, anti-feminists like Katie Roiphe and Camille Paglia, and mainstream media alike are fond of painting feminists as prudish and anti-sex; they claim we deny women's sexuality when we protest date rape, sexual harassment, images of women in advertising, and the sex trade (as if all those things had equal weight, but that's a tangent I won't take at the moment).Thing is, pointing out the sexual objectification of women in media, or the victimization of women by violent attackers of sexual harassers, isn't "denying women their sexual agency" or "infantilizing women," as anti-feminist writers claim, and it's not prudish, either -- it's standing up AGAINST victimization and saying that women deserve sexual agency and that no one has the right to exploit or deny that -- not rapists who deny women control over their bodies, not bosses who deny promotions if women won't play a little slap and tickle, and not advertisers profiting off of twisted images of women's bodies to sell shoes and shampoo and La Perla's product-placement panties, as in so many reality TV shows.