History Theatre / TheVaginaMonologues

23rd Feb '16 8:47:07 PM Bdem
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* BlackAndGrayMorality: In "The Little Coochi Snorcher That Could," a thirteen-year-old girl is seduced by a twenty-four-year-old woman. This is clearly statutory rape (and acknowledged as such by the narrator). However, after a girl that young has been subjected to the horrors that this girl has (rape, assault, injury), anything that could let her learn to love her body and feel pleasure can be considered an improvement.
23rd Feb '16 8:38:41 PM Bdem
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* ChromosomeCasting: Hardly unexpected, given the title.

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* ChromosomeCasting: Hardly unexpected, given the title. [[note]] Although some production include cis, trans and non-binary actors. [[/note]]
11th Oct '14 3:52:04 PM ShockHorror
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* They Beat the Girl Out of My Boy: A transwoman's experiences.

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* They Beat the Girl Out of My Boy: A transwoman's trans woman's experiences.
11th Jan '14 4:49:53 PM MsChibi
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* RapeAndSwitch: Implied about the main character of "Coochie Snorcher."
6th Aug '13 6:28:03 PM Willbyr
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* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnFemale: Guess which one?[[hottip:*: It's "Coochie Snorcher."]]

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* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnFemale: Guess which one?[[hottip:*: It's one?[[note]]It's "Coochie Snorcher."]]"[[/note]]


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8th Apr '13 7:33:26 PM Nettik
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Controversial play written by Eve Ensler. It debuted in 1996 on Broadway, at Westside Theater. It's pretty much ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, being a bunch of monologues that connect the vagina to different themes, such as love, rape, sex, menstruation, genital mutilation, birth, masturbation, orgasm, and slang terms for the part. Typically, one new piece gets added every year, but here are some of the more famous monologues:

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-->''"I bet you're worried. I was worried. I was worried about vaginas. I was worried about what we think about vaginas, and even more worried that we don't think about them."''
-->'''-- The opening of the play'''

Controversial play written by Eve Ensler. It debuted in 1996 on Broadway, at Westside Theater. It's pretty much ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, being a bunch of monologues that connect the vagina to different themes, such as love, rape, sex, menstruation, genital mutilation, birth, masturbation, orgasm, and slang terms for the part. Typically, one new piece gets added every year, but here are some of the more famous monologues:
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The monologues include:



* Hair: A woman whose husband wanted her to shave despite her objections.
* The Flood: An older woman who was ashamed of the area "down there" and how it functioned in her youth.
* The Vagina Workshop: A woman details her experiences with learning how to love her vagina.
* Because He Liked To Look At It: "This monologue was based on an interview with a woman who had a good experience with a man."



* The Woman Who Loved to Make Vaginas Happy: A story about a lesbian dominatrix. Performers of this piece often save it for last in the performance and pretend to orgasm near the end; they claim to be having a triple orgasm.
* Because He Liked to Look At It: Story about a woman who hated her pubic area until she met a man who loved it.

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* Six-Year-Old Girl: A six-year-old girl is asked about her vagina. One of the more controversial pieces due to the subjectively sexual nature of the questions.
* The Woman Who Loved to Make Vaginas Happy: A story about a lesbian dominatrix. Performers of this piece often save it for last in the performance and pretend to orgasm near the end; they claim to be having a triple orgasm.
* Because He Liked to Look At It: Story about a woman who hated her pubic area until she met a man
dominatrix sex worker who loved it.making women moan. Comedic in that the performer(s) simulates different types of moans/orgasms.




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* They Beat the Girl Out of My Boy: A transwoman's experiences.
* Crooked Braid: An American Indian woman's experiences with abuse.
* The Memory of Her Face: Women faced with acid attacks.
17th Mar '13 4:48:06 AM DesertDragon
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* The Little Coochie Snorcher That Could: The most controversial out of the set. A 13-year-old girl who was violently raped by a man as a child is seduced a much-older woman and she sees the latter experience as positive, saying "if it was rape, it was a good rape." The age was changed to 16 after the most severe criticisms were made.

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* The Little Coochie Snorcher That Could: The most controversial out of the set. A 13-year-old girl who was violently raped by a man as a child is seduced by a much-older woman and she sees the latter experience as positive, saying "if it was rape, it was a good rape." The age was changed to 16 after the most severe criticisms were made.
9th Mar '13 4:54:31 AM Folamh3
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* ChromosomeCasting: Hardly unexpected, given the title.
19th Aug '12 4:08:55 PM s4karuna
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* * DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnFemale: Guess which one?[[hottip:*: It's "Coochie Snorcher."]]

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* * DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnFemale: Guess which one?[[hottip:*: It's "Coochie Snorcher."]]
23rd Jul '12 5:15:52 AM DesertDragon
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* RapeIsLove: "Coochie Snorcher", again.
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