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H — Guilford College | February 20, 2015
ce Of me was
to trust my instinct,
to know that kissing was
not part of the game
The Vagina Monologues
New year, new
content & the
message for all
“You got to convince my vagina, seduce my
vagina, engage my vagina’s trust. You can’t
do that with a dry wad of f— cotton,” said
sophomore Nicole Zelniker in the monologue,
Directed by sophomores Zelniker and Teresa
Bedzigui, Guilford College students presented
their rendition of “The Vagina Monologues” to
a full house at Joseph M. Bryan Jr. Auditorium
on Feb. 15.
Written by Eve Ensler, “The Vagina
Monologues” originally contained 21
monologues, all stories about real women.
The show was first performed at Off Broadway
Westside Theater. It is now performed annually
around the world, giving everyone a different
experience. It is presented at Guilford each
year with,a new cast and new monologues.
Each monologue expresses female struggles
and experiences with sex, love, rape, sexual
harassment and domestic abuse.
Each monologue brings a new perspective
“(The monologues) put a more realist
perspective (towards the) experiences of
women,” said sophomore Sara Pearson, who
See monologues \ Page 3
Stop! Let me
No puedo respirar.
I can’t breathe.”
was one of
“(In reference to the
number of liefve fibers in
female genitalia compared
to male) Who needs a
handgun when you’ve got
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