The Vagina Monologues?!

This Sat­ur­day, Feb­ru­ary 9, The Vagina Mono­logues are com­ing to UWS. Cen­ter­ing around the theme of empow­er­ing and strength­en­ing, The Vagina Mono­logues has encour­aged many women to take con­trol of their individuality.

The play was writ­ten and orig­i­nally per­formed by Eve Ensler, and has been staged inter­na­tion­ally and at many col­lege cam­puses. This Sat­ur­day stu­dents, fac­ulty, and mem­bers of the com­mu­nity will be the star­ring in the famous play put on by the Gen­der Equity Center.

The Mono­logues sur­round top­ics and issues con­cern­ing fem­i­nine expe­ri­ences such as sex, rape, female gen­i­tal muti­la­tion, men­stru­a­tion, love, birth, and more with a new mono­logue being added each year regard­ing a cur­rent issue. The Vagina Mono­logues works with the V-Day move­ment to not only empower women as indi­vid­u­als but to also pro­mote the pre­ven­tion and end to vio­lence against women and girls.

The play will be held this com­ing Sat­ur­day at 7 p.m in the YU Great Room. If you have any ques­tions con­tact the Gen­der Equity Cen­ter at genderequity@uwsuper.edu or call 715–394-8091.

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