(Parts I, II and III).

Today’s Daily Tar Heel featured the following headline: “Crowd wowed by touching ‘Vagina.'” The article was true to the established script for reporting on “The Vagina Monologues.” Q.v.,

They all bought tickets to hear about vaginas, a part of the female anatomy so taboo and unmentionable in global society that it is referred to by creative ? and often vulgar ? synonyms more often than its proper name. ?I really wanted people to hear an honest portrayal about how women feel about their vaginas,? said senior Erica Robinson, events coordinator for the Carolina V-Day initiative. ?Because usually when it is portrayed, it?s not honest.?

I would also like to thank the editors of FrontPage Magazine for being so kind as to publish today my article on this subject.