Today I stopped by the 91st birthday party for Stanley Sheinbaum, a man beloved by all straight-thinking people who know him.
Now I am home studying a script I hope to do soon. Then I will do some research on my news book(s)–a “basket” of 3 short books about adolescent sexuality and gender: One for young teens, one for older teens and one for the parents (and grandparents) of teens.
Then Richard and I will watch the NBA playoffs (it may be the last) and then the Tony Awards. My friend, the amazing Eve Ensler, is receiving a Tony Award for the work she is doing globally to stop violence against women—all of which started with her play, “The Vagina Monologues.” I missed her birthday bash and board meeting last week because I was sick. Then I’ll check out the new Lifetime series, “The Protector.” Gotta keep on top of these things now!Tags: Eve Ensler, Lifetime The Protector, Stanley Sheinbaum, Tony Awards, writing