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‘Vagina Monologues’ seek justice

‘Vagina Monologues’ seek justice

Gabi Wy, Features Editor
March 1, 2017
Filed under Features

In soft lighting that seemed to have a hint of pink in its glow, performers and the audience chanted in unison to reclaim the word ‘cunt.’ The university’s presentation of ‘The Vagina Monologues’ Feb. 23 and 24 drew a packed crowd filling up Forum 3 by the time the show began. Within each mon...

Monologues shed light on domestic violence

Monologues shed light on domestic violence

Abigail Suddarth, Staff Writer
March 2, 2016
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After describing the various types of sexual moaning from Irish-Catholic (“Forgive me!” while crossing oneself), to African American (“Oh, shit!”), to college student, (“I should be studying!”), Casie Mathies crawled on the floor, rolled over on her back and shook her legs in the air to demonstrate sexual pleasure while the audience roared with laughter at this year’s Vagina Monologues.

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Vaginas to expose sexual injustice

Vaginas to expose sexual injustice

Abigail Suddarth, Staff Writer
February 10, 2016
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Freshman Kate Grudzinski wants to raise awareness about violence and injustice toward women

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Vagina monologues: ‘Learn to respect, learn how to love better’

Shannon Hall
March 6, 2013
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A 17-year-old boy kissed a 17-year-old-year girl and she got wet. The boy told her that she smelled bad. Since then, the girl never again got close to a man. Later, they found the cancer. This is an abbreviated version of the monologue of a 72-year-old woman that Eve Ensler wrote for her Vagina Monologues. USI...

Monologues to encourage female empowerment

Shannon Hall
February 27, 2013
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Alexandra Levine will present the monologue about reclaiming the word “cunt” for this year’s “Vagina Monologues.” “At one point, the word ‘bitch’ was offensive, and now it can be used on TV,” the senior psychology and philosophy major said. The monologue tries to redefine the word “cunt” ...

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