A new approach to breaking down abortion stigma in communities lacking any access to abortions.
Once, saying vagina was truly transgressive, but has proclaiming it now become a lazy declaration of feminist beliefs?
You’ve heard of The Vagina Monologues, so consider this The Testicle Dialogues. It shouldn’t surprise you that the imagined conversation of two balls is a little shallow — top concerns include sexual prospects and personal comfort. Sounds about right. Still, theres something oddly charming about ‘ole lefty and righty going about their day, but maybe it’s […]
I've been thinking a lot these past few weeks about what this season of Masters of Sex really needs, and at no point did "Sarah Silverman performing a monologue about plums and bunnies climbing into her vagina" enter into it. But here she is, and you know what? Her arrival... More »
Activist Jen Richards, who created the website WTF Trans Dating, will star in Her Story, executive produced by Eve Ensler.
Highbrow and lowbrow comedy are often framed as opposites, but in some cases, they pair up just fine. Schlongologues, a new web series, is a sort of gender-flipped Vagina Monologues that, in its debut episode, delivers a well-crafted...Show More Summary
The "vagina" monologue to end them all. Contributor: Charlotte Dingle read more
When I read a recent New York Times article by Elinor Burkett titled, "What Makes a Woman?" I found that I agreed with her on one point. I too thought that small minority of transgender people objecting to the "Vagina Monologues" was needless and reactionary. Show More Summary
On last night’s Little Women: NY, we pick up smack in the middle of the fight between Misty Irwin and Jordanna James, courtesy of Miss Jason Perez‘ pot-stirring. Jordanna has been invited to model in the Paris Little Person Fashion Show, which Misty is seeing red over. Show More Summary
The new Mad Max movie re-make, Mad Max: Fury Road was apparently planned as a platform to push feminist ideals. At least, that is according to one of the film’s
How the writer informed the backstory of MAD MAX's female characters. Read more...
You remember how that one Mad Max: Fury Road trailer made me really nervous? It let us know there'd be a group of women in the film who were enslaved by the villain and one, if not more of them, wore a chastity belt. Yeah. Nervous. But some newly-revealed info gives me hope. Specifically, director George Miller asking feminist Even Ensler to consult on set.
There’s no doubt that it’s a completely noble thing to foster a working environment that can be considered a safe space, that’s… Read More
ORWELLIAN DOUBLETHINK, RAPE EDITION: “Inspired by the recent performance of The Vagina Monologues” on the Claremont-McKenna College campus, student Jordan Bosiljevac has penned an exegesis of the progressive view of sexual relationships, titled, “Why Yes Can Mean No.” Ms. Show More Summary
How does one prepare for the post-apocalypse? Well, if you are Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who plays one of the five captured women in Mad Max: Fury Road, you speak to the esteemed feminist playwright Eve Ensler. Director George Miller flew Ensler in for about a week, during which she told Huntington-Whiteley... More »
We already know that director George Miller is keen to make more Mad Max movies, and that he made sure star Tom Hardy was locked in for those future films-to-be. What we didn’t know was just how far his commitment to non-CGI practical effects extended. Show More Summary
In an Esquire interview, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley gave a few fairly amazing details about the band of escaped women traveling with Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron) and Mad Max himself (Tom Hardy). The first: the girls made their own costumes out of bandages. The second: Eve Ensler flew out to spend a week letting the girls pick her brain for research. Read more...
BEDFORD HILLS, N.Y. -- Elisia Dones, 59, gazed out the window of the bus as it passed Bedford Hills Correctional Facility, New York’s only maximum-security prison for women, and made a left turn. The scene in front of her was familiar. Show More Summary
In his latest video for HuffPost Gay Voices, writer-performer Justin Sayre offers a humorous take on Eve Ensler's classic play, "The Vagina Monologues." Together with Brian Moylan and Chris Tyler, Sayre recites "The Mangina Monologues," which features a number of hilarious double entendres. Show More Summary
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