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Title Slut : a play and guidebook for combating sexism and sexual violence / edited by Katie Cappiello and Meg McInerney ; introduction by Jennifer Baumgardner ; afterword with Carol Gilligan.
Imprint New York, NY : The Feminist Press, 2015.

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Subject American drama -- Women authors.
Sexism -- Drama.
Sex crimes -- Drama.
Sex role -- Drama.
Young women -- Crimes against -- Drama.
Sex crimes -- United States.
United States.
Genre Feminist drama.
Drama.
Contents Why StopSlut?; Reality Check from Young Voices; Why SLUT? Theater as Activism ; SLUT: The Play by Katie Cappiello; Production Notes; Discussion Questions ; Slut in the Age of the Internet ; Who Really Benefits from Slut Shaming? ; My Story: Shaming and Assault in the Queer Community ; An Open Letter from Black Women to the SlutWalk; Slut on the Latina Body; When Cyberbullies Attack, Teen Girls Will Fight Back: A Countermeme; Dress Codes or How Schools Skirt Around Sexism and Homophobia ; Decoding Title IX ; The Global Slutting of Female Sexuality: An Interview with Yasmeen Hassan.
Teaching SLUT: Empowering Students to Understand Slut Shaming and Rape Culture It's Time to StopSlut: The Rise of the StopSlut Movement ; Vive La Girl RĂ©sistance! An Afterword with Carol Gilligan ; StopSlut Glossary ; About the Editors; About the Contributors ; Acknowledgments; Also Available from Feminist Press; About Feminist Press.
Summary ""SLUT is truthful, raw, and immediate! Experience this play and witness what American young women live with everyday."--Gloria Steinem - Remember the slut at your school? Whether used as a slur or reclaimed as an expression of sexy confidence, this word has been used as an acceptable excuse for rape, bullying, and the sexual double standard. In the spirit of The Vagina Monologues, this riveting, critically acclaimed play, written in collaboration with New York City high school students, sheds light on enduring feminist issues. The play is accompanied by production notes, a guide for talk-backs, and provocative essays by Carol Gilligan, Jennifer Baumgardner, and Jarrod Chin of Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP), among others, providing the resources to inspire change within our communities and ourselves. Katie Cappiello and Meg McInerney are the creative director and managing director of the revolutionary feminist acting school The Arts Effect. In their ten years of teaching, they have brought theater arts programming to public, private, and special education schools worldwide. Their work has been hailed by Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton, Gloria Steinem, Eve Ensler, Kathy Najimy, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, Tina Fey, and Amy Poehler, and they have been honored by The National Women's Hall of Fame and The United States Congress for their dedicated, cutting-edge work empowering young girls. Jennifer Baumgardner is the executive director of The Feminist Press at CUNY as well as an author, activist, and filmmaker."-- Provided by publisher.
Other Author Cappiello, Katie, editor.
McInerney, Meg, editor.
Baumgardner, Jennifer, 1970- author of introduction.
Other Title Print version: 9781558618701 1558618708