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    The Vagina Monologues

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    The Vagina Monologues is a compilation of monologues written by Eve Ensler in which all the monologues deal with the vagina. It includes everything women around the world deal with whether it is humorous, tragic or disturbing. Including sex, rape, menstruation, masturbation, orgasm, even the comfort level women have with their own body. Some have stated that The Vagina Monologues has been celebrated as the bible for a new generation of women. I would have to agree with such a statement. Yes, in part

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    The Power of Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues When Obie award-winning author and playwright, Eve Ensler, began collecting testimonials from women across the country regarding their experiences with sexuality, she had no idea what would eventually occur as a result of her innovative ideas. Ensler gathered 200 monologues from women, and wove them into a play that represents the strength and vitality of female sexuality. The Vagina Monologues were first performed in the basement of New York

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    Vagina Monologues

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    The Vagina Monologues is a wonderful performance by local students in a community that informs the attending audience about real life stories from women; these students take on the personality and emotions of these women from their stories. This performance is part of a big movement known globally as the activist movement to end violence against women and girls; it is also a way to empower women. The Vagina Monologues are also performed to inform other women that they are not alone in any feelings

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    Amanda Márquez Extra Credit Write Up I recently attended the Vagina Monologues, also known as the Blank Monologues at the University of Washington. Various self-identified women spoke about different experiences that invoked various reactions of feelings, thoughts, and actions, however, unapologetic for all of these instances that were the results of bigotry, addiction, depression, or violence. One women spoke about her mother who was her first heartbreak and her morning process from no longer having

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    What Defines Gender?

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    are more descriptive, involved, advising, certain, and conversation controlling, as studies found in "Communicating at Work. Principles and Practices for Business and the Professions." By Ronald B. Adler and Jeanne Marquadt Elmhorst. "The Vagina Monologues" by Eve Ensler is very explicit about the female side of the biological sexuality and tells us in great detail about being proud of your body and becoming intimately intoned with it. Males don't need the help. They are raised with little scruples

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    I currently work in a research lab part of Ames Lab under the supervision of of a doctor. The research I am currently involved in is trying to find a ferromagnetic compound that reduces the amount of expensive rare earth used in industrial magnets. Currently the industrial standard for anisotropic Ferro magnets used in all types of consumer electronics is Nd2Fe14B. This has a ratio of 2 rare earth atoms to 15 non rare earth atoms. Our research group is trying to find a compound that lowers this ratio

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    The Effect of the Media on The Female Body In today's society it seems that a woman's body is the main focal point in the media. We see the female body being portrayed as one of a model with unattainable measurements such as 36-24-36. All of this can be attributed to how our TV shows, movies, music videos, magazines, etc. portray the perfect female body. America and its' media need to begin portraying women with all types of figures. This would help greatly to widen our thoughts and definition

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    Dropping the C-bomb

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    “cunt” is another, albeit derogatory, word for vagina and (most) females have a vagina; and the vagina is the central powerful symbol for femininity. What does it mean then to essentially be a “vagina” (read cunt)? Furthermore, as a woman, what does it mean to have such a pejorative word aimed towards you with the intent to offend, harm, and essentially oppress one’s own femininity? Yet, as British journalist Zoe Williams states, the word “vagina” is not used to insult women; however, cunt” is.

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    “Letter to Americans” by E. P. Thompson Dated back in 1986, “Letter to Americans” is as if it’s written in the last three-four years. In it E. P. Thompson explains why he is anti-American in his beliefs. First off, he starts with that he is in two minds about this state of his. Even his friends doubt he is anti-American, thinking he is joking. We also read how the author traces American ancestry on his mother’s side- he goes back to his great-great-grandfather who lived in Lincoln times. Most of

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    sexual, where did it come from? I never realized what I had learned along the way or who from. The second concept I found interesting was that of the word “vagina.” As the book has said, for many women the word vagina is associated with shame, embarrassment, and silencing, even violation. As I remember I saw a version of The Vagina Monologues at Portland State a few years back and as comfortable as I thought I was with my gender and sexuality I did feel embarrassed. I felt a little ashamed, but as

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