In 1996, Eve Ensler’s play The Vagina Monologues explored the role of female genitalia in female empowerment, individuality, and sense of self. Her later work evolved to address women’s body images and violence against women. A 2001 SUNSTONE session entitled “Sacred Spaces: Mormon Women’s Faith and Sexuality” and nicknamed “the Mormon Vagina Monologues” featured LDS women talking about their faith and sexuality in ways inspired by Ensler’s groundbreaking play. This session picks up where the 2001 session left off and continues the discussion of Mormon women’s sexuality from a variety of perspectives.
Cheryl Bruno, Katherine Allred, Donna Banta, Marie Davis Brian, Hilary Brown, Carol Hamer, Melanny Eva Henson, Jill Peterfeso, Revabeth Russell, Dominiuqe Storni, Holly Welker