A play about abortion stories is making the rounds on campus, and next week it’s coming to New York City for a staged reading. Similar to the Vagina Monologues in style and method (it’s inspired by real stories contributed to the 1 in 3 Campaign), “Out of Silence: Abortion Stories from the 1 in 3 […]
"But you know how people feel about immigrants. They don't like it when you come from someplace else. They don't like it when you mix." is one of the final lines I utter in my monologue from The Vagina Monologues. The line feels particularly...Show More Summary
The never-ending vagina monologue that is the Brandi Glanville vs. Joanna Krupa lawsuit rages on! The ex-Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star is demanding financials and tax returns from Joanna in order to have the case dismissed.Show More Summary
Categories: Quickies The Vagina Monologues, But For Abortion – “Remarkably Normal, by its nonfiction nature, explores the complexities in making the choice to terminate a pregnancy—consistent with its goal to spread awareness... (Read more...)
On a Wednesday in early June, a cast of five performed an evening’s worth of true abortion stories, stories that are rarely granted the patient audience inherent to theater. Read more...
A group of women performed “The Vagina Monologues” in front of male prisoners. And just like everyone else, the prisoners laughed, got emotional, and learned something. You may be surprised to hear that this play has been enjoying a run in American prisons for some time now. Show More Summary
Quote of the Day I Southwestern University in Texas has canceled its annual production of "The Vagina Monologues" because its author, Eve Ensler, is white - and featuring a performance written by a white lady would just not be inclusive...
What's this? It appears that the wives of two sworn enemies in SF politics, District Attorney George Gascon and former Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, are going to share a stage this weekend. [ more › ]
Under the banner, “you can’t make this stuff up”, enjoy the following bit of idiocy: Southwestern University in Texas has canceled its annual production of “The Vagina Monologues” because its author, Eve Ensler, is white — and featuring a performance written by a white lady would just not be inclusive to women of other races. […]
"There’s an annoying song that’s only playing all the way through all day long on some days. Others, I can barely hear the chorus, and others I can’t hear it all. But every day, I know that that song will be there again one day, maybe even tomorrow, maybe even later that same day. Show More Summary
Because it was written by a white woman.
In 1975, visual artist Carolee Schneemann stood naked on a table in a room full of people, covered herself in mud, and, slowly extracting a scroll of paper from her vagina, read aloud a feminist text. She called the performance Interior Scroll. At the time, she was already a leading... More »
'The Vagina Monologues' is a lewd play that glorifies immorality and has been denounced by bishops for its disturbing and degrading depictions of human sexuality.
Vagina Monologues or Yoni ka Kathaharu Nepal, February 2016. Credit: Barbara Lionart With Valentine's Day around the corner, this is the time when Vagina Monologues performances take off around the world. Earlier this year, I came across an article on your site that featured Sondos Shabayek. Show More Summary
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During the first months of 2011, Sondos Shabayek often found herself at the front lines of Egypt’s revolution in Tahrir Square, where clashes between protesters and security forces marked the last days of Hosni Mubarak's regime. It was...Show More Summary
Conservative Iowa talk radio host Steve Deace attacked Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina on Twitter only minutes into the CNN Republican debate Wednesday, accusing her of going "full vagina."
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?