Lena Dunham is turning 30 later this year, and, with her HBO show "Girls" slated to end with season six in 2017, she spoke with Refinery29 about the future, her bicoastal life and much more.

Here are some of our favorite excerpts.

'I really want to raise my kids in New York'

In addition to the myriad other creative projects

In addition to the myriad other creative projects Dunham is working on, she also said she is looking forward to starting a family -- in New York.

"I loved growing up there. I love all the weird stuff," she said. "Yes, I definitely saw some human [expletive] on the street, but at the same time, I also saw so many important things and had access to amazing art."

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She doesn't drive

Like many a Manhattan-raised kid, Dunham doesn't drive.

Like many a Manhattan-raised kid, Dunham doesn't drive.

"I don't have a license and I don't want to get one. So what am I going to do with my kids? I'm going to have to wait until my child is 16 before we can go out to dinner.

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She wants to see Bill Clinton as First Lady

"That is the dream of my life, seeing Bill Clinton be like, 'I organized a really nice tea for the wife of the prime minister.' That is my dream -- Bill Clinton being forced to hang out with the other first ladies." (Credit: JUCO for Refinery29)

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She has given up fried foods

In Lenny Letter, Dunham's email publication, she said
In Lenny Letter, Dunham's email publication, she said her New Year's resolution was to eat French fries whenever she wanted. But she is now treating her endometriosis, a painful uterine disorder, through better nutrition. She told Refinery29 she had cut out fried foods. (Credit: JUCO by Refinery29)

'Women are stronger together'

"My good and beloved friend Taylor Swift is the person whose friendship spawned the squad," Dunham said. "I like that it's a view of female friendship that doesn't involve fighting or competition or jealousy." (Credit: JUCO for Refinery29)