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Slut-shaming is rampant in contemporary culture, be it in casual conversation or political discourse. The creators of SLUT: The Play, which first played off-Broadway and makes its D.C. debut at the Warner Theatre, aim to end that by sharing their empowering work with audiences around the nation. Originally conceived by teenagers participating in the Arts Effect All-Girl Theater Company, the play tells the story of Joey, a 16-year-old girl who is assaulted by high school classmates at a party. When the men are arrested, rumors start flying and more young women question their actions moving forward. House of Cards creator Beau Willimon, whose show has its own brand of interesting sexual politics, sponsors this presentation with New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand. Read more >>> The play begins at 7 p.m. at the Warner Theatre, 513 13th St. NW. $20. (202) 783-4000. warnertheatredc.com.

EAT THIS

First there were pop-tart ice cream sandwich and doughnut ice cream sandwich. As of today, Shaw’s Uprising Muffin Company debuts the muffin ice cream sandwich. The so-called “upwich” is made a la Seinfeld with two muffin tops—no “stumps.” The $4.99 dessert comes in two flavors: chocolate chip muffin with vanilla ice cream and double chocolate muffin with vanilla ice cream. Uprising Muffin Company, 1817 7th St. NW. (202) 290-1196. uprisingmuffins.com. (Jessica Sidman)

OH AND ALSO

Brooklyn-based art-rock band TV on the Radio performs at Echostage with Japanese punk act Bo Ningen. Read more in our Summer Arts Guide. 7 p.m. at 2135 Queens Chapel Road NE. $40.

Photographer Larry Cook opens his latest exploration of race and identity, “Stockholm Syndrome,” today at Hamiltonian. Read more in our Summer Arts Guide. Noon at 1353 U St. NW, Suite 101. Free.

Artist and producer Banning Eyre reads from his biography of exiled Zimbabwean musician Thomas MapfumoLion Songs: Thomas Mapfumo and the Music that Made Zimbabwe, at Busboys and Poets Brookland. Eyre might even perform a few songs during the discussion. 6:30 p.m. at 625 Monroe St. NE. Free.

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