This is a monologue from a short play called Please Don’t Talk So Loud, which was written to be performed by Mary Sheridan, Anna Lamadrid, and Eliel Lucero, and was directed by Ali Ayala, 2009.
I think I speak for the whole audience when I say that I am personally offended by this play. This play is nothing more than a celebration of pornography and infidelity and I for one do not wish to celebrate either naked sex people or cheating. I know that sex is this whole sexy thing now, where people are supposed to feel comfortable with their bodies and or enjoy themselves, but I ask you people, what happened to the taboo? I loved the taboo, I relished the taboo, I got freaky with the taboo, and now everything’s supposed to be all open, and we’re supposed to expose our perversions to the light, and embrace them, and I don’t want to embrace my perversions, I want to sublimate them, I want to be made dirty on the inside while everyone sees me as pristine on the outside. We all have horrific desires, but we ought not speak about them!