Attending the Vagina Monologues

February 26, 2014
The Experience, Alexis Cheney '16  |  The Experience, Clubs & Orgs  |  The Experience, Traditions

 Alexis snapped a photo of the Vagina Monologues cast taking a bow

Alexis snapped a photo of the Vagina Monologues cast taking a bow

On Friday night (and then twice on Saturday), more than 100 students performed Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues”. Many had never set foot on stage before. Their black and red-accented outfits ranged from sexy to sporty, and all participants added to the spirit of female empowerment. Monologues answered such bold questions as, “What would your vagina wear?” (a sundress) and “What would you call your vagina?” (“The Camel Van” got laughs.) I applaud those who had the courage to be on stage, speaking honestly and openly. As Sara Bareilles’ fitting song, “Brave,” bumped, performers bowed, and we gave them a standing ovation.

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