There is no doubt that “GIRLS” star Lena Dunham is comfy in her own skin. I just watched this episode (I know I’m behind but at least I’m still watching the show)…and wow. WOW. Even if you hate it you almost have to watch it just so you can join the discussion. I’m not going to dissect the show but, I will say that I have mixed emotions. I’m not sure how much sex I want to watch her have, or anyone for that matter. Dunham just might have secret exhibitionist tendencies she gets to play out in the form of Hannah. Some would say she gets to have her cake and eat it, too. I could be totally wrong but you can’t help to think about the connection. Either way, whatever she’s doing is working because people tune in. Sex scenes in general have gotten really out of hand. I’m no prude and while I appreciate the portrayal of sex and intimacy as art, blah, blah, blah, do I really want to see vampires (“True Blood,” hello) do it in every which way possible? Nope. What about the ABC show “Scandal?” Geez!!! The president (played by Tony Goldwyn, who I love) and Kerri Washington get way, way, way down. It’s so gratuitous. What about a good old-fashioned silhouette? You’re probably thinking NERD but, seriously, I think I get the point with a long lip lock and maybe a little dry humping. No need to go much further. Actually, go further. Just don’t make it about a condom’s reach from being a soft porn. “Sex & the City” was even tolerable… and entertaining to top it all off. It didn’t feel like a horror flick where I’m halfway covering my eyes before a stabbing. That is what “GIRLS” does to me time and again. I’ve really come into some new facial expressions during the sex scenes on this show. I’d like to know what happened to love scenes like the ones between Winona Ryder and Ethan Hawke in “Reality Bites?” Those movies didn’t go the porn route and you still felt the intimacy. Not the best example, but I’ll use any excuse to bring up “Reality Bites.” I guess that’s not what “GIRLS” is going for. They’re 95% into raw, uncomfortable, and awkward sex. Not beautiful, intimate moments. Either way, I’m pretty confident they can convey the darkness of relationships, sex, and intimacy without having sex on ping pong tables.