Tuesday, February 14, 2006


While i typically do not celebrate Valentine's Day, this year I thought about celebrating in a different way. Josh and I decided to celebrate a different kind of V-Day by seeing the Vagina Monologues. They rawked. Any woman out there should see them if you get a chance.

If you're a boy - go with your woman because you want to 'understand her better'.

Trust me, you will reap the benefits.

Incase you don't know what i'm talking about, or would like to learn more about it, i have a few sites you can visit!



The Vagina Monologues are the
cornerstone of the V-Day movement, whose participants stage benefit performances of the show worldwide each Valentine's Day. The "V" in V-Day stands for Valentine, Vagina and Violence, linking love and respect for women to ending violence against women and girls. The proceeds from these performances go to programs that assist victims of domestic violence.

Celebrate your Vagina!!!!


Aaron said...

Happy VD Cas.

Josh - sorry to hear you got dragged to see 'the vagina monolouges'. I've heard about it. I've heard that if you're not a militant lesbian feminist and you go to see it, be prepared to get your ass kicked by militant lesbian feminists exiting the theater.

S E E Quine said...

` !?? It's playing over here in Everett. The sign that flashes the shows is too short for the whole title, so it flashes 'The Vagina' before it flashes 'Monologues', which confused me the first time I saw it. I was like... 'The Vagina?' Huh?

bt said...

I sat and watched one of the video tapes. I know a lot of women love them, but I think you would have to do something that made it the slightest bit interesting to a man to keep me from falling alseep. If I want deeper insight and understanding to my lady friends, I will just ask them. I do think the cause of ending violence twards women is great, but I will have to support it in ways that don't bore me to tears

locomocos said...

can i just say that you DON'T have to be a militant lesbian to enjoy the VM. You DO however have to own a vagina. Josh thought that the first half was a 'snoozer' but the second half was highly entertaining! i agree with bt when it might be a bit 'boring' to watch as a man. but if you watch it with your sweetie, what better joy do you find than to see her laugh or even cry a little? i only cried a little when i heard a story of a grandmother - it was so touching! only because life begins where life ends! True, boys may find it 'non-relatable', but you need to go WITH a honey 'to understand her better'. and on that note, Josh went because he was 'interrested' to see what it was 'all about'. he was not disappointed - am i wrong?