"You have never loved me.
"You have never loved me. You only thought it amusing to be in love with me."
--Ibsen, A Doll's House
To celebrate Valentine's day, being Valentine-less, I went with some people in my dorm to see a reading of The Vagina Monologues. The group putting on the show asked members of the audience for volunteers to each read a monologue. I thought, "what an oppurtunity to say 'vagina' in front of a hundred women." I was one of three men to volunteer. Coincedently, I knew the other two men fairly well. The first, Jeff, is a brillant kid in my classics of social thought class, and my physics lab partner. Lucas, who for years has not shaved, cut his hair, or cut his fingernails, is a eccentric genius in my humanities class who can relate any classical idea to pop culture. I was honored to be a part of this eclectic triangle of male neo-feminists.
My monlogue was one of the more humorous, fortunately. Essentially, I vocalized a female orgasm on stage. Yes, yes! There, there! Woah, baby! No, over there. Oh yeah!. You get the idea.