Years from now he’ll remember the months he spent
trying to unlock a lock of her hair
and how, when she kissed him, he felt like a poem
being translated from one language into another.
Sign this! Its important!
This is very important. Fordham University is censoring women— attempting to hush women’s voices, erase women’s experiences, fold women’s sexual experiences nicely and neatly to put on a shelf.
Fordham refuses to allow a student organization to put on The Vagina Monologues so students are forced to go through academic departments.Administrators have found issue with a specific monologue and have claimed if it is removed, they’d allow for the production to go on through a student organization. Not only is this against the policy of the V-Day organization and an infringement upon Eve Ensler’s rights as the author of the monologues, but it would also erase the experience of the woman that the monologue is based on. To remove this monologue would nullify one of The Vagina Monologues main goals of giving women a space to voice experiences of any kind. Help support our fight for production of these important monologues by signing this petition.
For more info check out the petition description!
Also also! if you’re in the NYC area, come see it! Go here for info!