Time to put your sexy on paper.
PUSH Dayton wants your sex stories.
The volunteer group, which focuses on sexual health and supports the local chapter of Planned Parenthood, is collecting 2 to 3 minute real and fictional monologues for its “All the Sex Monologues” through Saturday, Aug.1.
A downtown Dayton venue is being sought for the event, which will be staged on a yet-to-be-determined date this fall.
Monologues can be submitted with or without a name, and should be sent to
PUSH (Professionals United for Sexual Health) member Sarah Michelson, said the stories can be about virtually anything sex related, including odd sexual experiences, gender, motherhood, fatherhood, the first time, coming out, sexual identity, sexual health, and more. They can be funny or serious (or both).
“This is another event to bring attention to sexual health and what else Planned Parenthood does,” Michelson said of the show.
It is believed to be the first of its kind in the area, and welcomes stories from heterosexuals as well as those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning.
“It is not a competition,” Michelson said. “It is just a collection of monologues.”