Skip to comments.Students put on 'all-gender' alternative to Vagina Monologues
Posted on 02/26/2018 11:21:30 AM PST by C19fan
Students at Carleton College recently hosted an all-gender rendition of The Vagina Monologues in an effort to eschew the plays roots in a cisgender lens.
While productions of The Vagina Monologues have been a mainstay of campus feminist groups since its debut in 1996, the play has often been criticized by college students for its lack of focus on people of color and trans students.
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The Barbi and Ken crotch monologues
uhhh.....last I checked, only one gender has a vagina.
I think they are trying to say, that’s it’s gender binary or non inclusive of other gender identity, to focus on a vagina. I think.....
I don’t know with these activists anymore, what logic or thought process they are going through.
The Cukold Monologues
The Vagina Monologues VS The Penis Palaver
Who will come out on top?
A welcome debate for all aspiring boys and girls.
I thought anyone could identify with having a vagina.
Its like a Star Wars sequel - the Penis Strikes Back.
If I were a job recruiter, I’d be making copious notes as to what schools attended by prospective applicants warrant no further consideration.
There should be an actual show called The Penis Palaver.
After all, there’s NO shortage of guys in Hollywood who talk like dicks.
How quaint. Last count I heard there are over 60 genders, each of which may or may not have a vagina.
Here is a handy chart:
MadTV Vagina Monologues
The Penile Pensees.
The Fruitcake Monologues.
Remember back in the good old days of the 1990s, when “The Vagina Monologues” was exciting, cutting-edge Liberalism? Now its a close-minded, non-inclusive reactionary abomination. My how times have changed.
I am so stealing that...
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