Day 740 “Monologues Beyond the Erotic – A Stage Reading”

Monologues Beyond the Erotic – A Stage Reading

Tonight I attended the stage reading of my friend’s (pictured here) Master’s Project featuring monologues that explore African American women and their sexual/erotic voice. It was an amazing evening being exposed to the voices and stories of Black women. I can’t get too deep into this…let’s just say I learned a lot about women’s fears, pleasures, health concerns as it relates to sexual activity — and of course I learned a lot about myself. The reality is there is much we don’t talk about—but need too. I can’t wait until this turns into a stage play.

Since tonight was about Black women, my next few posts will highlight some of the beautiful women that came to support tonights reading.

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2 responses to “Day 740 “Monologues Beyond the Erotic – A Stage Reading”

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