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Monday, December 10, 2007

How To Keep Your Bitch Down — A New Mission Play Dec. 14

Posted By on Mon, Dec 10, 2007 at 7:00 AM

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All Shook Down does not endorse human rights for anyone, let alone a bunch of bitches. Which is why we're pimping this latest submission to our almighty calendar. Our own advice? Be direct. If you want that bitch to get down, say, "Bitch! Get down!" From the PR:

Bïtch: Pavlovian Solutions For The Modern Home

DATE: 12/14/2007

TIME: 8:00 pm

COST: Free

VENUE NAME: Artists' Television Access

DESCRIPTION: Bïtch: Pavlovian Solutions For The Modern Home Performance by Ytaelena Lopez y Carlos Bueno. Tired of your BITCH reading liberal books, speaking Spanish and standing on two legs? How will she develop in today's society with such handicaps? See how behavioral conditioning can keep her in line. Train a BITCH to piss from fear, on command! This performance is to illustrate how pseudo-scientific and cultural myths are used to maintain social control over women and minorities. About Ytaelena López: http://almainsolada.blogspot.com/

CATEGORY/GENRE: performance art

I dunno. It seems kind of heavy-handed. But, then again, how else would bitches understand? —David Downs

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