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Last Friday, a New York State Supreme Court said that even though Kesha was allegedly physically, sexually, and emotionally abused by her former producer Lukasz Gottwald (stage name: Dr. Luke), she has to stay bound to that contract if she ever wants to work in music again. In her twice-weekly feminist newsletter, Lenny Letter, Lena Dunham wrote an essay about how Kesha's case is not just about a musician being forced to work with her alleged abuser, but the nature of distrust of victims and mishandling of all sexual assault cases. 

Dunham, who herself is a survivor of sexual assault, explains how the New York State Supreme Court's ruling resonated with her on a personal level:

Sources: Lenny Letter