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Over half the people on earth have one; without it the world wouldn’t be peopled.
And if you don’t want to say it, don’t agree to appear in The Vagina Monologues and then hijack the show with your complex about it. Stay at home, you’re allowed.
Reader V for Vendetta sent in this report.
Kuh Ledesma was the one and only sour note, a major one, in last night’s Vagina Monologues.
All the other performers (all-star cast) who were to deliver monologues, including some members of a singing group, sat onstage facing the audience. She came onstage from the right side and launched into a spiel about not being able to say the V word, how she has dissociated her upper body from her V in the lower region, how she really cannot do what the other women onstage were doing, how she has found peace and love in Jesus, and then did her song (The Rose, original by Bette Midler).
What she did was totally against the spirit of the show. The performers sitting onstage were in disbelief over what she said. She should have been booed offstage. Wish the audience weren’t so polite. If she really felt that way, she should have just declined to perform in this show rather than be offensive. She was really one obnoxious, nauseating, noxious act. She represents the repressive and vicious mindset from the Dark Ages that V-day needs to address and overcome even in this modern age.
On a happier note, standout performers were Aiza Seguerra, Mads Nicholas, Sheila Francisco and Mae Paner. Aiza was fantastic!!! Mads was magnificent!!!
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Here’s an Orangina commercial that was pulled from French TV in 2010 (French TV? Where the yogurt ads feature nudity??). Is the ad promoting homosexuality or zoophilia? Or is it a pussy joke that didn’t work?