'Girls' creator Lena Dunham on the cover of Rolling Stone

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So far, 2013 is definitely the year of Lena Dunham. After winning a Golden Globe for Best TV Comedy for "Girls," as well as one for best actress in a TV comedy, she got to watch as her boyfriend Jack Antonoff's band, Fun., won a slew of Grammys Sunday. Mixed in with that was a little bit of a feud with Howard Stern that ended with him apologizing, her show being renewed for a third season, and now the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

The writer and actress, who is also working on a book, graces the cover of the February 15 issue of Rolling Stone, with her bra hanging out. She's still more clothed than in most episodes of "Girls." In the interview, she talks about her struggles with obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, and a bunch of other topics that might make you wonder how she holds it together, let alone how she's able to have so many plates spinning at once.

She also discusses the humor she finds that people consider her show "to be the voice of twentysomething people." "Because, I don't feel connected to it all the time," she says.

The issue will be on newsstands, and available on iTunes, Friday.



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