If you're interested in bringing Speak About It to your institution, please don't hesitate to contact us.
We also accept story submissions to be considered for use in our show. More info below.
You can also get in touch with us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at 575-770-5141, or by snail mail at:
Speak About It, Inc.
PO Box 4408
Portland, ME 04101
Share A Story
Part of what makes Speak About It unique are the true stories and experiences shared in each of the monologues read by our actors during the show. These stories were written and shared with us by real people about their experiences with relationships, sexuality, and sexual assault in high school and college.
We do our best in every performance of Speak About It to represent as full a range of experiences with relationships and sexuality as possible, while also catering to the experience level of the audience to which we are presenting. Of course, it is simply not possible to represent the full spectrum of possible sexual experiences in just one hour, but we hope that in every show each audience member can relate to at least one performer, story, or scene.
We believe that everyone has a story about their experience with sexuality. Whether you’re having sex or you’re not, you want to or you don’t, you’re a survivor of sexual assault or you know someone who is, everyone’s story is different and unique. Maybe you heard a familiar story in the performance, or you feel that your experiences have been drastically different than those presented in the show. Whatever your story may be, we want to hear it. And if you feel comfortable sharing your story with us, we would be honored to have the opportunity to include it in future versions of our performance.
To share a story, please email us at SpeakAboutItOnline@gmail.com. For more information on the process, check out our FAQ below.
Still have questions about the submission process?
Please don't hesitate to contact us. We would love to hear from you!
Speak About It is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that partners with high schools and colleges to educate, entertain, and empower students to create positive change within their communities, advocate for and practice healthy relationship habits, and prevent sexual violence.
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