When actress/writer/director Lena Dunham had her "first time," it was "amazing," and with a guy who really understands and cares about women, she suggests in this short film. If you've watched her series "Girls," and if indeed, it is partially autobiographical, what she's referring to obviously isn't losing her maidenhead. Rather, she's talking about the first time she stepped into the voting booth to vote for Barack Obama.
Dunham teamed with agency SS+K to create this short film, produced out of Chelsea Pictures. It plays off her smart yet slightly off-kilter sense of humor and leverages her flair for sounding off on super personal moments. It builds off an effort the agency launched in August targeting college students returning to school--many who would soon be losing their voting virginity.