Skip to comments.'Vagina Monologues' Creator Eve Ensler Quizzes 6-year-old Girl about Girl's Vagina
Posted on 04/12/2008 4:22:43 PM PDT by wagglebee
Contact: Peter LaBarbera, Americans For Truth, 630-717-7631; Donna Miller, 910-308-7619
CHICAGO, April 12 /Christian Newswire/ -- Americans For Truth today launched its "Stop the Monologues Project," to expose Eve Ensler's radical feminist play, "The Vagina Monologues" (TVM) -- which includes a chapter in which Ensler, a lesbian, asks a six-year-old girl several questions about the girl's vagina. A host of celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey and Faith Hill, are joining Ensler in celebrating the tenth anniversary of her play this weekend in New Orleans.
On pages 103-104 of the 10th-anniversary edition of The Vagina Monologues, in a chapter titled, "I Asked a Six-Year-Old Girl," Ensler asks the following questions based on an interview with an unnamed girl (only the answer to the last question is provided below):
Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth and father of five children, said it is astonishing that Ensler and her vulgar play are being celebrated given TVM's past and current promotion of adult predatory behavior against minors: "Imagine if an adult homosexual man were to quiz a six-year-old boy about his penis -- or a straight man were to ask a little girl silly questions about her private parts for use in play! Would such men be praised by the media and famous personalities?"
Stop the Monologues Project Director Donna Miller, the mother of a teenage girl, said, "I find it horrifying that an author would sexualize a six-year-old girl particularly when that same author has a record of writing favorably about adult/child sex, at least for lesbians."
Miller noted the hypocrisy of a movement whose stated goal is to "stop the violence against women and girls," while it celebrates a lesbian rape-seduction, underage drinking, and a lesbian adult asking highly inappropriate sexual questions to six-year-old.
The Vagina Monologues book, on pages 80-82, tells of a lesbian rape-seduction in a story titled, "The Little Coochi Snorcher That Could." In the monologue, a 24-year-old woman plies a 16-year-old girl with alcohol before seducing her (statutory rape in many states).
The original 'Monologues play included the same segment except the victimized girl was just 13.
Horrifying, but not surprising.
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I can’t help but wonder how long I’d stay “on the street” if I were to question a minor about her vagina?
(Do I really need the /s?!)
I will say, however, "it's for the children, stupid,"
Do I need to use the /sarc tag?
I hate to be crass but I can answer the following question.
“If it could speak, what would it say?”
Mine would say, “Shut the F up.”
BTW Wagglebee, that comment was to the disgusting woman, not you.
Hope you didn’t take it that way. *blush*
The Vagina Monologues book, on pages 80-82, tells of a lesbian rape-seduction in a story titled, “The Little Coochi Snorcher That Could.”
I figured it was, but thanks for the clarification!
Was "Snowflakes" the answer to all of the questions?
This makes me sick to my very core. LET KIDS BE KIDS, DAMMIT!
All these folks need is a compound out in the boonies.
They could be a religious "sect".
Does Eve Ensler have tomato plants growing out her ears, or some other obvious sign that she’s stark raving bonkers? Why isn’t this woman in a mental institution?
If she didn’t make up the whole story about the six-year-old girl, I think we can assume the girl said, “What are you talking about?” followed by, “Mom! A crazy lady is talking to me, and she won’t shut up!”
"Give me the children, I will give you a nation."
If a grown man had tried this with a 6-year old boy (e.g. how’d you dress it, give it a name), he’d be in jail and correctly labeled as a pervert.
The thing about the Vagina Monologues is that it is NOT funny, or urbane, or witty. It is just ‘there.’ Really, Ensler being a ‘lesbian author’ as opposed to just an ‘author’ and the ‘edginess’ of the subject matter (oh my!!!! vagina is in the title!!!!) are what gave it its off-Broadway buzz. Throw in the deriguer ‘celeb’ readers and well you have a ‘cultural event’ that still isn’t entertaining.
Am I allowed to share that?
Question: Does the average six-year-old these days, male or female, spend much time pondering those questions as they relate to his or her primary sexual characteristic? It’s been almost forty years in my case, but I honestly don’t remember thinking that much about little Rich at all, much less asking myself those questions.
[I have smelled a lot of snowflakes]
Why? I can understand the other part.
I’m pretty sure I didn’t know I have a vagina when I was six years old.
The entire fuss is as immature as a group of 8 year old boys that has just learned the word "penis" and take childish delight in repeating it.
"Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ...Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis ... Penis"
Does that make me sophisticated?
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I have to say, my 7 year old granddaughter is a little to preoccupied with reading, drawing pictures, and playing like a 1st grader to be worried about this force fed BS.
I moved from New York to South Carolina over twenty years ago, I have not only not seen any snow since but if I ever had smelled snow, I forgot what it smells like. I do remember tasting it though and it taste like, well, like water.
Life is certainly strange and diverse. You don’t remember what some things smell like and others you never forget.
Originally the age (IIRC) was 12 but they changed it due to negative reactions.
I see Faith Hill is a part of this celebration. I volunteer to determine whether her vagina smells like snowflakes.
I believe you are right.
There’s probably a reason for this woman’s strange fixation, but I really don’t care what it is.
Imagine what would happen to a man if he asked a young boy about his "equipment."
Note; does not apply if man in question is a politician in the Democratic party. Does not apply in the cities of San Francisco, Berkley or Ithaca.
Before repeating it the third time they would fall to the floor erupting with laughter. By the time you got them settled down one of them would fart and they would be rolling on the floor again.
Boys just won’t buy into that kind of BS. They have a natural defense.
A man with a fixation for little boys (or girls) is called "a pervert."
What should we call a woman with a fixation for little girls (or boys)?
"If your vagina got dressed, what would it wear?" Whatever Abbeville Conservative likes.
"If it could speak, what would it say?" I need Abbeville Conservative three times a day.
"What does your vagina remind you of?" A port of call for Abbeville Conservative.
"What's special about your vagina?" Abbeville Conservative loves it.
"What does your vagina smell like?" Abbeville Conservative's cologne.
In 1980 when Captain Oveur asks an eight year old boy if he likes gladiator films it’s absurdist comedy making fun of pederasts.
In 1998 when Eve Ensler asks a six year old girl what her vagina smells like it’s considered high art and is celebrating “womanhood”.
"Oh, Sir! That is sooooo sophisticated and avant-garde. You should write a theatrical work on the theme."
"Yeah, whatever, lady. I just wanted to let the entire World know that I had one. So does my dog."
Y'know, if you dumped that stuff on it, it'd burn like a sumbitch.
“If your vagina got dressed, what would it wear?”
“If it could speak, what would it say?”
“What does your vagina remind you of?”
“What’s special about your vagina?”
“What does your vagina smell like?”
Aren’t these questions a form of sexual harrassment? OK, where are the cops?
As long as it's not the other way around.
And what if she was mistaking “vagina” for another word?
And I'm pretty sure that most other 6 year olds don't know it either. It's not so obvious. It's the kind of thing you need to be told about.
I think the name you are searching for is Loris.