It's been a minute since the world has heard or seen much from Lena Dunham, creator and star of the HBO show "Girls." 

Ever since "Girls" wrapped in 2016, Dunham has struggled to not cause controversy. Whether it's being an apologist for someone accused of sexual assault or co-opting the #MeToo movement, she's made some serious blunders in just the last year alone.

In a new interview with New York Magazine, she addresses those mistakes, but not without saying several, well, cringeworthy things during the process.

In case you've been wondering what Lena Dunham has been up to these days, her latest interview with New York Magazine will fill you in on all the details.

But if you're part of the tl;dr crowd, don't worry! We've rounded up some of the most, shall we say, telling quotes from the interview. 

Warning: Some (or all) of these quotes may cause excessive eye-rolling.

“I’m like Virginia Woolf writing letters only with emojis, and nobody cares," Dunham apparently texted the author.

"There was video of a hairless black puppy [Dunham] was thinking of adopting and naming Rosa. 'I’m worried people will get mad bc of Rosa Parks bc I have to consider those things,' she wrote."

"[Dunham] sent a screenshot of a motivational text conversation she’d had with her friend Lady Gaga, who is saved in her contacts as Lady Gaga, not as Stefani," the author writes.

"Once, [Dunham] described her ovary remnant as reminiscent of a bean or maybe a fried clam," the author details.

In addition to Lady Gaga, Dunham also managed to name-drop Emmy Rossum, Amy Schumer, and Nicole Richie throughout the interview.

There was this quaint anecdote about her adopted dog: "After Lamby — whom she had written about in 'The New Yorker' — bit her on the ass, she Instagrammed a photo of the bloody damage. Later, she posted the story of giving him up on the app, too."

"When she was 28, Dunham went to visit a class at Oberlin, her alma mater, and a kid raised his hand and asked, 'How does it feel to be a line item in the history of supremacy and oppression?' 'I was like, ‘Well, sir, you know a lot of words.’ It was like, by the way, a 21-year-old white Rasta who asked me,' she says. 'One I probably would have slept with.'"

"I texted Jack [Antonoff, Dunham's ex-boyfriend] last week and said, 'HOW DOES IT FEEL TO HAVE DATED SOMONE EVERYBODY HATES?' in all capitals. He wrote back, 'They only hate you because they love you so much, true story.' Which is like, What a sweetie. What a liar and a sweetie.'"

"Race is a chronic blind spot for [Dunham] because she didn't grow up with a lot of diversity in her New York City private school, she explains."

When asked about her initial defense of Murray Miller, the "Girls" writer and executive producer who was accused of rape by actress Aurora Perrineau, Dunham said she was "high as a f*cking kite" from a recent surgery at the time. "I think I was just like, F*ck everyone else. This is my tribe. Let's keep it safe."

Oh, and let's not forget this highly uncomfortable exchange from the author: "Dunham is chatting about this, that, and her tendency to tell potentially offensive jokes when she's nervous. I volunteer that once, in a creative-writing workshop, I tried to defuse a harsh critique by joking, 'You only hate it because I'm black.' 'Are both your parents black, Allison?' Dunham asks in reply."