It's V-Day Until The Violence Stops

Playwright and activist, Eve Ensler, has transformed her play The Vagina Monologues and Valentine's Day into tools to raise awareness and funds to help end violence against women around the globe. ...more

is how many women I run into who are turned off by Eve's efforts.

Now I'm the Trix ...more

Is New Orleans the Vagina of America? (V-Day and V to the Tenth, part 2)

I said in my post Practicing Presence at V-Day that “I saw .. Eve Ensler weeping in the hallway, carrying a burden …” If you saw what she’s seen, heard what she’s heard, and have been where she's been, then you would know why this is so, that she walks sometimes and weeps. ...more

Thank you for the comments, Virginia and Maria. It was an experience I'll cherish. ...more

Practicing Presence at V-Day

First I have to prove to you that I am indeed here in New Orleans with thousands of women celebrating V-Day; so, here's a picture, a gargantuan expression of the vaginal symbol associated with the V-Day movement. It's sitting in the center of the main stage at the Louisiana Superdome. ...more

Mata and Virginia, I thank you for reading and commenting.  You both would have enjoyed V-Day ...more

Podcast: BlogHer's Interview with Eve Ensler

V-Day, the global non profit founded by Eve Ensler in 1998 at the first benefit of her award winning play The Vagina Monologues, will celebrate it's 10th anniversary of working for the end of violence against women. "V To The Tenth" will take place April 11-12 and will reclaim and transform the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans into "Superlove." ...more

Hi Maria,

Great interview!

Like Claire and Magali, I also loved the part where ...more

Submit Your Questions for Eve Ensler, Celebrating 10 Years of V-Day

I learned today that I will have the great honor of interviewing Eve Ensler author, playwright, performer and global activist. ...more

Hi Tre,

Thanks for your comments. Your thoughts are very relevant and always welcome. I hope ...more

Are they talking about my vagina?

There's been some talk of the world down under, and I don't mean Australia. I'm talking about vaginas — or, as some now call it, vajayjay. Vajayjay? According to last Sunday's New York Times, vajayay — first heard on "Grey's Anatomy" last year — has been embraced by Oprah, who declared: “I think vajayjay is a nice word, don’t you?" ...more