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UC Berkeley Production of ‘Vagina Monologues’ to Include People Without Vaginas

UC Berkeley Production of ‘Vagina Monologues’ to Include People Without Vaginas

“with assistance from the campus Gender Equity Resource Center”

Progressives now believe womanhood is not defined by biology. They’re the party of science.

The College Fix reports:

UC Berkeley version of ‘Vagina Monologues’ to include those without vaginas

The University of California Berkeley will play host later this month to an, er, updated version of the 20-plus year-old “Vagina Monologues” that will “embrace the notion that womanhood isn’t defined by any one thing.”

And … certainly not “whether or not a person has a vagina.”

Arguing in The Daily Californian that Eve Ensler’s 1996 play has become “increasingly outdated,” Sheen Kachen and Rudy Brandt note directors have “grappled” with the production’s “increasingly problematic material” due to stories of folks whose identities aren’t represented in VM’s “myopic vision of womanhood.”

As a result, with assistance from the campus Gender Equity Resource Center, Berkeley will produce “Our Monologues,” a student-led effort which will include parts of Ensler’s original play as well as “all-original pieces with topics ranging from gender identity and sexuality to intergenerational cultural shifts.”

Kachen and Brandt are members of the Berkeley production.


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In other words —

Crotch Talk

Minor upgrade to elementary school bathroom humor. Seems appropriate to today’s typical liberal arts school.

The former expectations that higher education was also associated with thought processes centered a bit “higher up”, shall we say, have supplanted an education focus that used to be aimed at “from the neck up” to “from the waist down.”

Pretty much sums up the intellectual underpinnings of what passes for Liberal Thought and Persuasion nowadays. (Or, perhaps, now-a-DAZE.)

The Onion may as well close their doors. There is no longer any need for parody.