MTV, legendary playwright Eve Ensler, Rosario Dawson, Aubrey Plaza and Jessica Stroup have a message for young women -- and men -- worldwide: you have the right to be an emotional creature!... Read Full Summary
Where has the romance gone? Has a Facebook friend request replaced real life courting and dating? "Parks and Recreation" star Aubrey Plaza ponders what it means to be young and constantly connected. Read the full monologue here.
On "90210," actress Jessica Stroup plays a character confronting the pressures of being a teen girl today. Here she addresses the need to escape from the stresses of the modern world -- including boys who wanna sext. Read the full monologue here.
Ever had trouble popping the prophylactic question? Actress Aubrey Plaza is here to show you that navigating this awkward moment doesn't have to be so...hard. Read the full monologue here.
How do you get pregnant when you're practicing abstinence? When its selectively applied. Follow along as a maybe becomes a baby. Read the full monologue here.
Chris Brown's assault of Rihanna put a bright spotlight on the serious issue of dating violence. This monologue captures the troubling reaction of many young women who have been hit -- and excused it. If you or someone you know is being abused, please contact the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline.
Eve Ensler and Rosario Dawson are sending girls everywhere a message: be empowered and exercise the right to make your own choices. Know your body, respect yourself, and own your feelings. The dialogue starts here.
MTV and Legendary playwright / author / activist and V-Day Founder Eve Ensler have joined forces to bring her latest work, I Am an Emotional Creature: the Secret Lives of Girls Around the World, to life on MTV. The book captures girls' voices from around the globe, telling stories from the heart of their lives. Rosario Dawson, Aubrey Plaza from "Parks and Recreation," and Jessica Stroup from "90210" all pitch in here, addressing hot button teen issues including safe sex, sexual pressure, sexting, constant connectedness and dating abuse.
Founded by Eve Ensler, V-Day is a global movement to end violence against women and girls. V-Girls is a new global program to engage young women, igniting their activism and providing them with a platform to amplify their voices.
The themes in Eve's new book directly connect to two of MTV's core campaigns: A THIN LINE, which empowers young people to draw their own line between digital use and digital abuse, and It's Your (Sex) Life, built to support young people in making better and more responsible decisions about their sexual health.