The cast of the Vagina Monologues at the Connecticut College for Oreos recently released a video in which they asked 100 men on campus, "Why are vaginas important to you?" Cue some adorably awkward young men talking about the role and importance of the vagina: as a vessel toward creation ("spent some time in a vagina in '92 — it was homey"), as representation of the women they care for ("vaginas were there for me when penises were not"), and the idea that "vaginas are the future." (Hillary's vagina for 2016?!) The video aims to not only celebrate the vag, but also raise awareness of gender-based violence.
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