|Age Range(s)||Teenager (13-19), Young Adult (20-35)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Descriptive, Depressed, Frustrated, Insecure, Confessing|
|Description||A teenager admits to her mother that she has lost her virginity when her mother is a Christian.|
A girl named Ellie admits to her mother that she isn't a virgin anymore and explains to her everything that has happened while her mother was on her missionary trip and she was left with her grandmother.
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|ELLIE: "I did something terrible this summer...This summer when you were doing missionary work for the church. I was the meanest, most sinful daughter you could ever have and I apologize... I apologize for all those times that I swore I would never lose my innocence, I apologize for all those times that I told you I would never cuss, I apologize for being a nightmare come true but most of all I apologize to say, that I loved it!!! Every minute of every day I loved cussing, swearing to the name of the Lord, I loved feeling a man's body pressed against mine, I loved feeling the passion that came along with it, the purity of love. It was the most beautiful feeling I could have ever felt until... August 12, when I discovered I was carrying a child. I was feeling helpless for 3 to 6 days Mother, and I had no idea how to get out of a hole that I dugged up myself. I needed someone and the father of this human being left me, stranded, all alone when I needed someone. Mother, I didn't know what to do... I was so confused for so long I forgot who I was and then Cathelina and I had a conversation. She and her mother took me to Dr. John who willingly took out a human being out of this uterus of mine. I felt the pain, the hurt, the tears of the baby, the screams of him or her, I heard them... That was the most heart-breaking thing I could have ever felt. Every emotion that came along with being a mother was gone, every emotion that I felt for the father was gone, and every emotion that I felt for you was gone... because YOU left me stranded just like him. You decided to drop me in my darkest moments, because of the respect that you have to this fucking non-existent god. Amen to that one Mother."|
This monologue is published three times, as numbers 917, 918, and 919. Can I suggest deleting the duplicate entries?