Tonight I attended the stage reading of my friend’s (pictured here) Master’s Project featuring monologues that explore African American women and their sexual/erotic voice. It was an amazing evening being exposed to the voices and stories of Black women. I can’t get too deep into this…let’s just say I learned a lot about women’s fears, pleasures, health concerns as it relates to sexual activity — and of course I learned a lot about myself. The reality is there is much we don’t talk about—but need too. I can’t wait until this turns into a stage play.
Since tonight was about Black women, my next few posts will highlight some of the beautiful women that came to support tonights reading.
Wonderful image. Great texture. I’ll look forward to seeing your future posts.
This causal link reveals growing insecurity with normative
heterosexual relations: it was becoming obvious, through the scientific inquiry into sexual
lives, that women were not being sexually satisfied in many cases.
However, when captivated by Dracula’s spell, she becomes a
“fallen woman. His moustache was “fixed and rather cruel-looking, with
peculiarly sharp white teeth; these protruded over the lips, whose remarkable ruddiness showed astonishing vitality in a
man of his years” (Stoker 42).