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Musician, feminist, and political activist Annie Lennox went on the record in an interview with Entertainment Tonight last week to clarify what she meant when she said that Beyonce was a "feminist lite" who took the word feminism "hostage" in an attempt to use female empowerment to propagate her own image. Show More Summary
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The creative team had described the production as the first open commercial run of a Spanish-language play Off Broadway.
Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues," which opened in 1999 at the Westside Theatre and went on to become an international phenomenon, is back on the same Off-Broadway stage where it all began.
Kate del Castillo, a soap opera star with a string of hit telenovelas that have made her a household name
What's a man's role in the feminist movement? Comedian Josh Healey gets to an answer in a new way. The post The First-Ever Co-Ed Vagina Monologues appeared first on The Good Men Project.
For the most part, these insulting undertones did not take away from the show being constructive for the cast.
The producers of a Mexico City production of Eve Ensler's play will bring it to the Westside Theater in Manhattan, where the original ran for 1,381 performances.
Before joining the cast of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program’s production of The Vagina Monologues, I was experiencing what some may call "the sophomore slump."
by Susan Schorn "If your vagina could talk, what would it say?" This question, from Eve Ensler's Vagina Monologues, has probably been heard by hundreds of thousands of women by now. The play has been performed so often that an entire generation of feminists knows it by heart. Show More Summary
Seattle-area Filipina girls and women are ready to dance for justice as part of the One Million Rising campaign to end violence against women. Vagina Monologues creator Eve Ensler started One Billion Rising last year as a “a call toShow More Summary
by Matthew Archbold February 11, 2014 (The Cardinal Newman Society) - At least 10 Catholic colleges and universities will be hosting productions of The Vagina Monologues or have officially recognized student groups that are performing the play in 2014, The Cardinal Newman Society has learned. Many of the institutions…
What is V-Day? from V-Day Until the Violence Stops on Vimeo. Inspired by reactions to Eve Ensler’s famous Vagina Monologues, V-Day was established on Valentine’s Day 2008, not as a mere day but a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. V-Day is a catalyst that promotes creative events to increase awareness, [...]
Think the Vagina Monologues is just for women? Think again. Dr. Jennifer Gunsaullus explores some of the important ways that men can learn about women, female sexuality and female bodies on VDay The post Why The Vagina Monologues Can Make You a Better Man appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Actress Maria Conchita Alonso flexed her First Amendment rights by backing the gubernatorial candidacy of Tea Party favorite Tim Donnelly. The result? Alonso had to leave a Calif.-based production of The Vagina Monologues because people who disagreed with Donnelly's opposition to illegal immigration vowed to torch the theater hosting the show. Show More Summary
Says Maria Conchita Alonso, explaining her support for Tim Donnelly, who's seeking the GOP nomination in the California gubernatorial race, which got her ousted from a San Francisco production of "The Vagina Monologues." She portrays her departure as non-involuntary:"I said, ‘Well, you know the... Show More Summary
It's a story tailor-made for Fox News: Venezuelan-Cuban actress Maria Conchita Alonso resigned from an upcoming San Francisco Spanish-language production of The Vagina Monologues over the weekend after outraged locals objected to her filming a campaign ad for Tea Party Republican Tim Donnelly, who's running for California governor. Show More Summary
Maria Conchita Alonso, a Grammy-nominated singer/actress, has pulled out of a Spanish production of The Vagina Monologues due to uproar over her role in a new political ad. Alfonso appears alongside California gubernatorial candidate...Show More Summary