A still from my performance.
Last week, I performed in the Vagina Monologues in front of more than 150 people, and what happened on that stage transformed me.
There were a lot of things that I didn’t expect from this experience, but the biggest one? That I’d be able to perform with such erotic energy that it turned people on.
It was intense! My entire perception of who I am as a sexually liberated woman was deeply transformed by this experience.
And I want to tell you all about it.
In this episode of the Sexually Liberated Woman podcast, I talk to you about. . .
/ The Facebook message that invited me to step out of my sexual security blanket, and why I almost said no.
/ What happened at the first rehearsal and the “cowardly” reason I chose my piece.
/ The night of the performance, and how I managed to start my piece just fine until my nerves got the best of me (this is when everything becomes blurry).
/ An exclusive clip of my performance!
/ What my cast-mates said to me after my performance (which stunned me and made me feel really vulnerable).
/ How all of this has changed my perception of who I am as a sexually liberated woman.
“I couldn’t believe I did that, that I exposed myself in that way, and incited pleasure and arousal from the audience. I didn’t think I had it in me.”
This was one of the most challenging, rewarding, and transformational things I have done in a long time, and I’m really excited to tell you about it.
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SOME THINGS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE