WATCH: Eve Ensler and MTV Launch I Am an Emotional Creature Creative Spots Feat. Rosario Dawson, Aubrey Plaza & Jessica Stroup
Beginning this week, Eve Ensler is partnering with MTV to bring words from her latest work, I Am an Emotional Creature: the Secret Lives of Girls Around the World, straight to the network's audience in a series of creative spots featuring a mix of Eve Ensler, V-Day Board member Rosario Dawson, Aubrey Plaza from "Parks and Recreation," and Jessica Stroup from "90210." The spots touch on topics including sexuality and empowerment and send a message to young women and men around the country: you have a right to be an emotional creature!
WATCH Spots and Interviews with Eve Ensler and Rosario >
LEARN MORE About I Am an Emotional Creature and V-Girls >
READ Eve's interview with The Wall Street Journal "Speakeasy" blog >
SIGN UP NOW For Our V-Girls Summer Book Club!
Registration to start a V-Girls Book Club in your community is OPEN! Download our free V-Girls Book Club Guide and share I Am an Emotional Creature with your friends. We give you everything you need to organize your group, read together, and dish about the monologues and issues that matter to you.
And guess what? You don't have to be a teen OR a girl to organize a book club. If you are an emotional creature at heart, the V-Girls Book Club is for you!
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ONLY TWO DAYS LEFT to Receive Swimming Upstream Discount Tickets!
For two more days discount tickets are on sale for the very special one night only performances of Swimming Upstream at Mahalia Jackson Theater in New Orleans and the Apollo Theater in New York, September 10th and 13th respectively.
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS BEFORE AUGUST 1st and receive a 25% discount per ticket (not applicable to $500 seats)!
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Enter code SUSNOLA
BUY TICKETS To Swimming Upstream In New York >
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Join V-Day, Ashé Cultural Arts Center and The Women Donors Network as we commemorate the 5th anniversary of Katrina and pay tribute to the women of New Orleans and the Gulf South.
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* With generous support from the Rockefeller Foundation and The Culture Project.