Friday, March 07, 2008

More About the Vagina Monologues

When Eve Ensler was developing "The Vagina Monologues" she started with hundreds of "Vagina Interviews". Women were asked a series of questions and the monologues came out of these varied and fascinating interviews. I have been thinking about the questions this past few weeks and decided I would dare to post my own answers.
  • If your vagina got dressed what would it wear? A white cotton batiste nightgown, soft from several washings. It would be long and tailored like a man's shirt.

  • If it could speak, what would it say? Whatever it wanted to say. Whenever it wanted to say it. Without fear. It's always been gutsier than I am.

  • What does your vagina remind you of? "The Dinner Party" by Judy Chicago. The Emily Dickinson setting especially. It reminds me of the vagina and the vagina reminds me of it.

  • What's special about your vagina? It's mine. They're all special. They're defining.

  • What does it smell like? An October walk on the beach in Monterey.
If this prompts you to write your own thoughts, wonderful! If this is too much information, relax!

And Dorothy, we're not in Kansas anymore.



2 comments:

LutheranChik said...

My officemate just came back from a Chicago weekend where she saw "The Vagina Monologues," and hasn't stopped talking about it. (In a good way.;-)) Now I want to go too!

VirginnyLee said...

You were amazing!!! Check out my post... I answered the questions too! I love ya!!!