For the third year, students at Carleton College in Minnesota are putting on their own, more trans friendly production, of the “Vagina Monologue.
Titled “Stripped,” it’s the brain child of former graduate student Kat George (who self-describes as being “undead and Hetrophobic” on Facebook). The production ranges from “social justice to menstruation” and is sponsored by the Gender and Sexuality Center, Women’s and Gender Studies and the Q and A House (Queer and Allies House).
Last year’s production featured pieces titled “Mircoaggressions,” “Trigger Warnings,” “Black Lives Matter At Carleton,” and “The Morning I Woke Up A Boy.” The program warned audience members, “This production addresses topics such as sexual violence, genitalia, drugs, alcohol, sexual content, slurs, and microaggressions. We encourage you to take care of yourself. If you need to leave at any point, there are exits located on the sides of the stage and in the back of the Chapel.”
Sounds like a fun-filled evening, doesn’t it? Can’t wait for them to take this show on the road.