Miss Understandings– written and performed by Athena Stevens
Two women. One photograph. A young woman sends a shirtless selfie to her boyfriend she assuming it would give him a bit of a laugh. When he shows it to his best friend he can't imagine her having any other reaction. But what starts out as a joke soon turns into an accusation of something much darker.
When someone has proven themselves to be an objectively good person at what point is that label no longer applicable? At what point do we say stop when it becomes apparent that we are complicit in hurting other women? And how do you pick up the pieces when someone you thought would always listen to you just doesn’t care?