Don't you love it when the left eats itself?
Southwestern University has canceled its production of the 'Vagina Monologues' after left-wing students complained it didn't capture 'the reality of womanhood' by only offering a 'white women's experience'.
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Campus Reform reports that in its place, the university will host a performance of “We are Women”. The production will consist predominantly of works performed by “women of color” - something the organizers claim “will be more representative of the experience of women.”
Student Rachel Arco organized the event and told the school's paper that, “In creating a performance that speaks to the woman’s experience, I felt that limiting women to only [author] Eve Ensler’s work was doing a disservice to both the women performing and to the audience at large. In doing so, it will be more representative of the experience of women, rather than only offering the white woman’s experience.”
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The 'We Are Women' production is said to be similar to the Vagina Monologues and will have similar themes.
“The monologues will include themes of race, sexual identity, menstruation, the connection women have to their vaginas, and the ways in which society has attempted to make women feel shameful of their bodies,” Arco said.
At this point, why not just call it 'Social Justice Warriors: The Musical'?
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“This event addresses issues of social justice on campus, for it brings to light the importance of acknowledging the dangers of gender construction, the importance of normalizing women’s bodies, the importance of intersectionality, and the cyclical violence women experience throughout their lives,” Arco added.
When asked by Campus Reform if white women will be allowed to preform, Arco did not address the question.
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“I believe that 'We are Women' more accurately portrays the experience of womanhood because it is not Eurocentric,” she sad. “The experience of womanhood is not exclusive to to white women, and unfortunately, the media tends to portray 'white feminism' as the entire essence of feminism. This is simply incorrect. Feminism must be intersectional for it to have meaning.”
So, white women need not apply?