Traumboy by Daniel Hellman

Daniel is a sex worker. In the solo performance Traumboy he reports on his experiences as a male prostitute. Without shame, honestly and interactively.

Traumboy questions the double standards of our capitalistic and hypersexualized society. The performer’s body turns into a projection surface for fears, fantasies and contradictions. Daniel slips into different roles that he plays for his customers – or for the audience? With this ambiguous self-staging the spectators are challenged to scrutinize their sexual ideals and to take a close look at the sexual being that they consider themselves. Are the boundaries in your mind where you expect them?

Other Works

Decriminalisation of Sex Work in New Zealand
The Politics of Sex: Love Me Want Me Rent Me
Becoming Belle Knox
Raising Red Umbrellas in Africa- African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA)

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