This satirical piece addresses the issue of minor female characters in television series being written as one-dimensional, simplistic, and disposable.
Each show ended to a standing ovation and cheers from the crowd.
This play exemplifies the idea that being a woman is to first and foremost be a human being, and that experiences (not just genitalia) largely shape perceptions of what it means to be one.
“Some might believe that there is a difference in the way feminism is defined based on where you are in the world, but this definition isn’t the difference. The differences are in where various parts of the world have reached in their progress towards equality.”
If your vagina got dressed, what would it wear? Purple velvet pajamas. Armani only. An electrical shock device to keep unwanted strangers away. If your vagina could talk, what would it say, in two words? Feed me. Whoah, Mama. Where’s Brian? What does a vagina smell like? Strawberry-kiwi tea. Damp moss. Paloma Picasso.…