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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call 715–394-8091.