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Female | Teen | Under 3 minutes
Starts on page 90

Intended for an Indigenous Australian performer

EXTRACT: Look at my skin. It's coloured, see? Black. (the others don't know how to cope) Oh, does that shock you? Have I shocked you, Sister? Martha's shocked, aren't you, Martha? With your missionary zeal and raging guilt and standards. Even Mildred, honest, outspoken Mildred. Even you can't look me in the eye and say I'm black. And Felicity-bloody-Elizabeth, nose in the air, plum in the voice. Well, the pretending's over, everyone. So don't come the I'm-better-than-you-are bit. We're all here together, having babies where the world can't see us..


Female | Teen | Under 3 minutes
Starts on page 92

EXTRACT: Well, I want to be one of the crowd. So I went out, a good Catholic girl, and I screwed. You surprised, Mildred? I screwed this poor unsuspecting boy. Oh, it's all right. He wants to marry me now. Well, he's nice enough. Make a lovely husband for someone. But not me. I'm not ashamed of what I did. I loved it. I'm a woman, my body's made for love. But I did it to be one of the crowd. And what happens?

Contains adult themes