Not vulgar. Against violence.

The Vagina Monologues is a play written by American feminist playwright, Eve Ensler, weaving together monologues based on interviews done with women of different age groups and backgrounds. The monologues are based on the topics of sex, rape, menstruation, love, masturbation, orgasm, genital mutilation, birth and sexual violence meted out to women in different forms. The play, initially performed by Ensler alone in 1996, has become phenomenal, as women across the world have performed it in different languages, making it a fight against violence against women. Nepal saw its second consecutive performance this year. Not vulgar. Against violence.
Prateebha Tuladhar
Published at : March 5, 2016

Prateebha Tuladhar

Tuladhar has worked as a journalist for over a decade, with affiliations to Kantipur TV and German Press Agency.