One Billion Rising, started in , is a mass action of activists in over countries, including India, to end gender-based violence against women. Ensler spoke of how her book, The Apology, which came out earlier this year, offered an alternative process of thinking about justice in the context of sexual harassment and sexual violence against women, and said that capital punishment and imprisonment were not necessarily methods that brought about real change in perpetrators of violence. That is a deep concern of mine. One of the ways to do that was to learn how to apologise, something that men are not taught as children, Ensler pointed out. The Apology is in the form of a letter that Ensler wrote from the perspective of her dead father apologising to her for the sexual and physical abuse that he subjected her to.
Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues”
But Ms. Ensler says ''vagina. Because she's all grown up and, she said, ''because it's an invisible word -- a word that stirs up anxiety, awkwardness, contempt and disgust. Ensler, who composed her seriocomic Obie-winning play after interviewing women about their bodies, lives in an apartment in the Chelsea area of Manhattan decorated with a vagina lamp and a vulva puppet. Valentine's Day is V-Day for her. The money will go to shelters for battered women, to groups that fight child abuse, to women's prison organizations and so on. But at least the men and women who do see it are not likely to look at Valentine's Day or hearts or women or, for that matter, curtains and stage, the same way again.
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My Short Skirt – by Eve Ensler, The Vagina Monologues
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Directed by Natalie Backerman, the performance was carried out by a cast and crew of 21 members, with the majority being UBC students and alumni. But ultimately, we just want to spread love. The structure of the play resembled that of a documentary or a visual portrayal of diary chapters with calming voiceovers and episodic scenes.