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    This past Friday, I watched our Hunter College’s very own Vagina Monologues and Other Stories, and it was truly and unforgettable experience. The production consisted of pieces from the Vagina Monologues along with beautiful original pieces written by students here at HUnter College. Each performance was well constructed and touched a number of various topics. They covered topics such a human trafficking, transgender male’s obstacles, women in black history, how women dress, and many other thought invoking topics. It made me think about topics that I’ve never thought to consider before, even as a feminist. It commenced with a piece called, “I Bet You Were Worried” and all the negative connotations that come along with the word “vagina”. They made fun of how the word sounds like a medical instrument or how unflattering it would sound during sex. It was then followed by the “Love Your…

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    truth she has told to the public media over the years. I plan to research these questions by reading articles, watching videos on sites such as YouTube.com, and watching Eve Ensler’s TED talks to gather information about her. I also plan to read her play and possibly watch the TV movie called The Vagina Monologues to gather further knowledge on Eve Ensler’s efforts. Summary of Evidence Eve Ensler is an American playwright, performer, feminist, and activist, best known for her play The Vagina…

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    The Vagina Monologues

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    Emily Klein’s essay, Antiwar Activism and Structures of Trauma in the Plays of Even Ensler and Kathryn Blume, encapsulates the process of social change in response to the theatrical pieces by Ensler and Blume and the development of the shows to reflect the increasing trauma present in society due to the Iraq War. The author discusses the stages of trauma and the feelings the playwrights tried to resonate to the audience like absence, repetition and memory. Klein also debates the changes in the…

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    other is classed as a minor. Safer Sex 4. What does it mean by safe sex? Safe sex is when two people are having a sexual relationship, but are using protection to defend them from contracting any STI’s and from pregnancy 5. What activities are unsafe? The activities that increase your risk of getting pregnant and your chances of getting STI’s are: • Having sex without using a male or female condom • When you withdraw the penis before ejaculation instead of using condoms • Using an old condom or…

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    flow. Victims of this type of FGM/C will have a firm band of tissue replacing the labia and obliteration of the urethra and vaginal openings (Frader 2). As mentioned earlier, victims of infibulation require surgery to have sexual intercourse and be able to have children. This surgery (de-infibulation) or other forms of force open the vagina for these reasons. Some women are restitched after each birth. These women go through repeated opening and closing procedures, which heightens both immediate…

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    douching, multiple or new sex partners and intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD). Bacterial Vaginosis is not only contracted during sexual intercourse but women who have never had vaginal intercourse can have it as well. Bacterial vaginalis is a simple infection of a women’s pH balance being off. This is due to a women having more harmful bacteria than good bacteria in her vagina [4]. A woman’s body is known to fight off certain bacteria especially in areas such as the vagina. With this, a…

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    with a set on antibiotics and depending on how advance the disease is how the physician terminates how to treat it. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) What is Pelvic Inflammatory Disease? Pelvic Inflammatory Disease is an infection in a woman’s reproductive organs, affecting the vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries, most complications are often caused by sexually transmitted…

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    Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease that affects the reproductive system. It is a very common yet curable STD among young sexually active men and women. Although women are more generally affected by this disease, men are able to become infected and pass it on as well. This particular type of STD is caused by a small single-celled parasitic organism called Trichomonas vaginalis. The parasite is oval in shape with four hair like strands protruding out of it which helps to propel the…

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    There are numerous of reasons for Female Genital Mutilation but some of the most common reasons are religious purposes, to save the females virginity until marriage, and also because of the culture. People believe that having the procedure done will help females resist sexual acts before marriage. When the vagina opening is narrowed, it is believed that females would fear pain and will not participate in premarital intercourse. The culture that practices Female Genital Mutilation believes that a…

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    for a boxing career. All these stereotypes of the body and judgments make it had or latinos to seek help with their bodies. For women it is difficult to seek help because we are embarrassed of our vagina. We are scared to be criticized for the shape, size, smell and color. Cisneros states: “ashamed to seek out a gynecologist”(44) because it 's scary for a men to look down there for us. It 's unusual to have a strange man look and touch down there because we latinos do not even have that privacy…

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