I was lucky enough to have a mother who I, for the most part, felt comfortable asking questions to and sharing concerns with. Not everyone was as fortunate as I was, and I imagine the emotional labyrinth of puberty and self acceptance was even more difficult for them. Now that I’m pretty much past the fear and confusion part of “blossoming into a woman” (or so I hope), I want to use my experience to address some of the more stigmatized questions that I wish someone had answered for me, or that I had felt comfortable enough to ask.

An Empowering Classic

The events portrayed within The Vagina Monologues are true. They illustrate stories of hardship and triumph that occur on a daily basis in the lives of women across the globe.

Vagina Monologues to Return to Bailey Hall

“The Vagina Monologues,” based off the 1996 Obie-award winning play written by Eve Ensler, will be filling Bailey Hall. The Vagina Monologues is an annual production sponsored by Cornell Women’s Resource Center, according to the event’s Facebook page.