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    Attack the Vagina Monologue near you.

    The Vagina Monologues 'official' website has published a schedule for the UK.

    Where the misandric, hateful, filthy charade will be performed, near you.

    http://www.vaginamonologues.co.uk/default.asp?contentID=577

    Now, what are our UK members going to do?

    I made a podcast a while ago. That can be used on a ghetto-blaster.

    The URL and synopsis below could be sent to your local newspaper, Mother's Group, Catholic Woman's church group, Maybe even the Anglicans ! wherever you can think of.

    You can copy the script of the pod and hand it out, outside the theatre.

    Whatever .... but SOMETHING.

    This is a GREAT OPPORTUNITY.

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    “In textbook leftist style, feminist supporters of the play ’Vagina Monologues’ cloak their attack on normal family values and morality under the guise of promoting awareness about violence against women. One does not have to be a prude to see a weak excuse for pornographyand an anti-male agenda. But to disguise it as ‘awareness of abuse’, is an abuse of women’s minds and sensibilities.” Amfortas lauds Bridget Blanton for her stand and protests and against the glorification of lesbian rape of young girls.
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    Re: Attack the Vagina Monologue near you.

    They've already been to Scotland a few years ago, not this time round though, I hope that's a sign that they didn't sell many tickets here the last time round.
    I don't get the whole thing, if a guy invited me to a show where the audience was all male, and the "play" was about men talking about their knobs, I would reject his invitation and ask him not to speak to me any more, since that all sounds a bit weird.
    I would like to know what women would think of men who went to see such a show, they'd likely view us as perverts, gay, and very strange, I don't see how they can't see it the other way round.

    I just started downloading the VM, I want to give it a watch, see what's what, I doubt I'll get any enjoyment out of it, but I'd like to have footage of the obvious man-hating.

    I like your podcasts, but I have one slight criticism, it's the music at the start, it's 30 seconds long, and totally doesn't suit your style, it's like chalk and cheese, the music makes you think a loud, obnoxious teenager is about to have a rant, and then you come on with your well-spoken, calm nature, it just seems out of place, the music I mean, not you.
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    Re: Attack the Vagina Monologue near you.

    REGARDLESS of your views on the 'ragonya diatribes' - I must Urge a Change of Topic Heading, as the word "attack" is simply not one to use in this context.

    Reject, Oppose, Stand Up Against, Speak Out Against – even have your own hissy fit about... All these are suitable terms for a subject I will have more to say about later, but even though the Intent of Use of the word be devoid of Physical Malice... "attack" is not a good choice...

    Just in case some nutjob wants to claim you are either 'calling’ for physical Attack by others - or planning on leading one yourself, and then the Old Media spin meisters will find a runway for their stories to take off from there with claims of ‘male violence’ – and any other message will soon be swamped.

    As for the "Ragonya Diatribes" themselves - I think that silent / non-disruptive Protest is entirely appropriate, and may I suggest signs make along the lines of my 'No Feminazis' avatar on this board.

    BETTER YET – Why not sponsor a Different Play to run in Competition at the same time – such as David Mamet’s “Oleanna” – and let the twisted systerhood choke on that one.

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    NYT Review/Theater: Oleanna; Mamet's New Play Detonates The Fury of Sexual Harassment
    By FRANK RICH - October 26, 1992

    A year later, a mere newspaper photograph of Anita F. Hill can revive those feelings of rage… What are the piddling disputes of Democrats and Republicans, after all, next to the blood feuds between men who supposedly "don't get it" and women who doubt they ever will?

    Enter David Mamet, who with impeccable timing has marched right into the crossfire. "Oleanna," the playwright's new drama at the Orpheum Theater, is an impassioned response to the Thomas hearings. As if ripped right from the typewriter, it could not be more direct in its technique or more incendiary in its ambitions. In Act I, Mr. Mamet locks one man and one woman in an office where, depending on one's point of view, an act of sexual harassment does or does not occur. In Act II, the antagonists, a middle-aged university professor and an undergraduate student, return to the scene of the alleged crime to try to settle their case without benefit of counsel, surrogates or, at times, common sense.

    The result? During the pause for breath that separates the two scenes of Mr. Mamet's no-holds-barred second act, the audience seemed to be squirming and hyperventilating en masse, so nervous was the laughter and the low rumble of chatter that wafted through the house. The ensuing denouement, which raised the drama's stakes still higher, does nothing to alter the impression that "Oleanna" is likely to provoke more arguments than any play this year.

    Those arguments are more likely to involve the play's content than its esthetics…

    This playwright does not write sermonizing problem plays. John, the professor, and Carol, the student, do not talk around the issues that divide them or engage in pious philosophical debates that might eventually bring the audience to some logical, soothing resolution of the conflict. Instead, John and Carol go to it with hand-to-hand combat that amounts to a primal struggle for power.
    As usual with Mr. Mamet, the vehicle for that combat is crackling, highly distilled dialogue unencumbered by literary frills or phony theatrical ones… Both Carol and John win scattered points as they argue, Rashomon-style, that a particular physical gesture or a few lines of suggestive conversation in their first office encounter may have been either menacing or innocuous. But once Carol inflates her accusations for rhetorical purposes before a faculty committee, Mr. Mamet's sympathies often seem to reside with the defendant.

    John, an intelligent if harried and pedantic man... Carol is presented alternately as a dunce and a zealot. Though she does not understand the meaning of some garden-variety 25-cent words, she all too easily wields such malevolent jargon as "classist," "paternal prerogative" and "protected hierarchy" once her cause is taken up by an unnamed campus "group."

    …Nor can one glibly reject his argument against fanatics like Carol who would warp the crusade against sexism, or any other worthy cause, into a reckless new McCarthyism that abridges freedom of speech and silences dissent…

    The play's title, taken from a folk song, refers to a 19th-century escapist vision of utopia. "Oleanna" itself evokes, however crudely, what one might wish to escape from: a sexual battleground where trust and even rational human discourse between men and women are in grave jeopardy..


    Oleanna - play by Mamet
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    Re: Attack the Vagina Monologue near you.

    Thanks for the heads up Percy.
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    Re: Attack the Vagina Monologue near you.

    Here's what I'll do: Find every radio/tv station and local newspaper for every town/city listed on the tour, and then send an email/letter accompanied by Percy's podcast link.
    The wicked flee when none pursueth. Proverbs 28:1

    'Rise like Lions after slumber In unvanquishable number - Shake your chains to earth like dew Which in sleep had fallen on you - Ye are many - they are few.'

    Percy Bysshe Shelley

    "When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty. "
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    Re: Attack the Vagina Monologue near you.

    Interesting that feminists claim their goal is to have women appreciated for more than their sexual organs.....while supporting filth that equates women as nothing more than their sexual organs; that proclaims "the vagina as a tool of female empowerment, and the ultimate embodiment of individuality".
    "Every noble impulse, every unselfish expression of love; every brave suffering for the right; every surrender of self to something higher than self; every loyalty to an ideal; every unselfish devotion to principle; every helpfulness to humanity; every act of self-control; every fine courage of the soul, undefeated by pretense or policy, but by being, doing, and living of good for the very good’s sake—that is spirituality." -David O. McKay

    For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Ephesians 6:12

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    Re: Attack the Vagina Monologue near you.

    There's a showing in Dudley in October... I might draw up a few fliers and casually hand out to passing individuals.
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    Re: Attack the Vagina Monologue near you.

    OH? I met Fennela Fielding last year and she was great, but I think she was going on to be in this
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    Re: Attack the Vagina Monologue near you.

    I've researched this issue quite a bit in the past. Some excellent info on wikipedia (wonder how that got there ):

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Vagina_Monologues

    In summary
    - The original version of the play describes lesbian rape of children as "a good rape" and so much better than any sex ith a man.
    - It is totally hostile to any relationships with men and equates all of them with violence/opression etc (I think there's one positive portrayal of a relationship with a man in the entire text)

    The whole point of v-day events and the monologues is to raise money for victims of rape and raise awareness etc, and they're doing so using a play which itself condones the rape of children.

    Feminist hypocrisy at it's very finest.

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    Re: Attack the Vagina Monologue near you.

    Agree about the music btw. Shame really, such well delivered words and intelligent content kinda ruined by the music. It's ok as an intro, but it's when it's playing underneath it is so distracting.


 

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