In its first three episodes, HBO's Girls has already tackled STDs, abortion, body image, child hooker role-play, emasculation, gay ex-boyfriends, over-sensitive current boyfriends, pseudo-bohemian un-boyfriends, and boy texting etiquette. Today at 2 p.m. EST, GOOD lifestyle editor Amanda Hess and Slate's Amanda Marcotte will break down the show's sex and gender issues in a live chat with The Guardian.
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