Throughout “Goodbye Tour”, Hannah tries to get in touch with her friends to ask them for their thoughts on a big life decision – should she leave New York to take an academic job upstate? Later, sat on a bench with Elijah, she wonders what kept her in New York in the first place. They are at Shoshanna’s engagement party – something Hannah wasn’t even invited to, since Shoshanna was offended that Hannah never told her about her pregnancy. “All of those really pretty girls out there who have, like, jobs and purses and nice personalities? I think we should all just agree to call it.” It’s a callback to Season Three’s “Beach House”, where a drunk Shoshanna rails: “Sometimes I wonder if my social anxiety is holding me back from meeting the people who would actually be right for me, instead of a bunch of fucking whiny nothings as friends.” The critics were immediately behind Shoshanna. “Shoshanna Has Become the True Hero of Girls”, ran an NYMag headline, while the Huffington Post went with “Shoshanna, Forever The Best ‘Girls’ Character, Has Evolved To A Higher Plane”.

It’s never the popular argument, but I can’t help but feel that it’s Hannah, not Shosh, who has a more mature grasp on the friendship dynamics at play – and the show has been building to this point all series.

Human trafficking can occur within a country or trans-nationally.

And while Hannah’s relationships with Jessa, Shoshanna, Ray, and others have all broken down, this series of .

She’s had tricky conversations with both of them about her pregnancy and the future of their friendships: conversations founded on honesty and love.

The work or services may include anything from bonded or forced labor to commercial sexual exploitation.

The arrangement may be structured as a work contract, but with no or low payment, or on terms which are highly exploitative.

, waltzing over to a group of young people who neither asked for nor wanted her opinion.

It’s a classic Hannah move – imparting advice on a group of strangers while struggling to live that same advice herself. So when Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna finally reunite for the first time this season (one of only 12 scenes the foursome have had together over the course of the whole show), it perhaps feels true when they all admit that their friendships have disintegrated. None of them wanted to see each other, but here they are. “I have come to realize how exhausting and narcissistic and ultimately boring this whole dynamic is, and I finally feel brave enough to create some distance for myself,” she declares.

Human trafficking differs from people smuggling, which involves a person voluntarily requesting or hiring another individual to covertly transport them across an international border, usually because the smuggled person would be denied entry into a country by legal channels.

Though illegal, there may be no deception or coercion involved.

According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), forced labor alone (one component of human trafficking) generates an estimated 0 billion in profits per annum as of 2014.