“I’ve never seen the big deal with nudity and, being the little shit disturber I am, have always enjoyed throwing it in peoples faces to push their comfort levels.”


Most of my friends have seen my dick at least a few times. If not at one my drag shows then certainly at a drunken after party or at that one thanksgiving dinner. For me, getting naked is nothing out of the ordinary.


I posted my first dick pic to the internet when I was still a teenager and I’ve had an equally long history of exposing myself in real life too. I’ve never seen the big deal with nudity and, being the little shit disturber I am, have always enjoyed throwing it in peoples faces to push their comfort levels. In doing so I’ve also pushed my own comfort levels. I have always had insecurities with my body; however, putting it all out there has helped me to slowly let go of them.


In performance, I like to use nudity as a way to play on gender and move away from binary gender constructs. It allows me to express my own gender fluidity and ideas surrounding perceived gender vs. gender identity. I also just like nudity in public spaces and I don’t understand why people are so uptight about it.

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