Monday, January 30


"Even feminists question the goals" of the V-Monologues

There's a student letter to the editor in today's Observer, which, while written from a secular feminist angle, points out that there are other, less questionable ways to serve the cause of women than the Monologues:
It appears that [supporters] believe that if [the Monologues] are banned, that this is tantamount to banning the advancement of such a worthy cause. Even feminists question the goals [of the Monologues] ...Betty Dodson, author of Our Bodies, Ourselves saw the play as having a negative and restrictive view of sexuality and an anti-male bias. She called the play a blast of hatred at men and heterosexuality.

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