Hypocrisy The Anti-Sex Mystery
A Three Act Play
Written by Lisa Amos-Wilson
Directed by Jonathan Steadman
Produced by Steve Wilson
Sunday, January 8, 2012 @ 3:00 & 7:00 PM
“Hypocrisy The Anti-Sex Mystery ©” A Brief Synopsis
A Three Act Play by Lisa Wilson
Hypocrisy the Anti-Sex Mystery is about empowering the voice of women who may find themselves powerless to talk about sex or who may be in dissatisfying sexual relationships with no real means of expressing their displeasure to their partner.
Married people rarely talk about this subject. People in long standing relationships rarely talk about this subject. The church hardly ever talks about this subject and I think it's time that an open voice be given, preferably women and men so that shared stories, experiences and knowledge about the beauty of sexual intercourse is embraced.
Even God told Adam and Eve to be fruitful and multiply. This is a testament to the fact that sex is beautiful and should be shared in every aspect, especially through communication.
""Hypocrisy the Anti Sex Mystery" does not promote promiscuity or irresponsibility with respects to sexual intercourse. We are not supposed to rut like animals. We are supposed to protect ourselves from STD's. This play promote sex between two people who love one another and who desires to be in a long term commitment, specifically married but that is just my view.
What I am saying is that women should boldly speak up and tell their mates what pleases them. I am saying that the shame and stigma that goes along with having a free conversation about sex should be abolished.
Sex is a beautiful thing that God ordained and I believe if there was less shame and stigma, especially for a woman, there would be less rape, abuse and degrading of a woman's character or person. Women who truly enjoy intimacy with their mates would be more apt to have an open conversation about sex.
This play centers around five women from five generations who have different ideas and experiences with sex and relationships. Each woman adds their voice to this subject thereby validating the validity of various issues that surface with respects to women’s sexuality, sensuality and the limitless boundaries that may be explored though an open dialog.
This play also serves to express my two favorite genres of creativity, spoken word and the theater. The split sets, the living room and the Flowetic Logos Café, serve as transitional sets that allows the expressions of “Hypocrisy the Anti-Sex Mystery,” to flow free to its culminating conclusion.
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