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Seesaw |  06 Feb 2020

SLUTDROP

Coming in at just under an hour, SLUTDROP is a bite-sized peek into the wor...

As a SW I'm taking a big issue with this show, and here is why: the artist talks about rejection like she's entitled to the money of every patron. The artist decides to go work in a club because "she was hypersxual as a teen" (spoiler alert, no dancer in any club I've ever worked in lasted over a month when this was her reasoning. The true professionals can't care less, they're there for the money, not to "explore their own boundaries") and then complains that she developed an alcohol habit. Well that's what happens when you're treating your 8h/day 6day/week job like a party. Weren't you so hypersxual and confident? Why do you need to drink so much to cope, then? The artist goes to a temple of traditional feminine image standards and complains about how her look choices are not getting her any sales. And mainly, the artist is one of those selfish people who decided to capitalize on her experience of the industry for her own gain, further damaging the industry. No, this show is not empowering. Every single woo-girl and yass-kween-guy who came to the show out of the morbid curiosity that the industry provokes in civilians is the same person who goes to the club "just for a drink", "just to look", just for a time-wasting dance-monkey-dance chat about how "brave they think you are for doing this and props to you and I would if I was that confident but not really". Her musings about whether or not this job is feminist-friendly is exactly what provokes self-appointed "feminist" groups to try and close clubs and "rescue" dancers from this "disgusting life of sin" and "objectification". Her musings about money is exactly what makes good patrons and quality customers think that dancers are scammers trying to take advantage. The industry is in decay thanks to such #wokeflakes and several SW women are facing more and more hardship, but at least you got your little sell-out show where you indulge in a last vanilla Bring-It-On-The-Movie dance routine so you can feel good about yourself and be told by civilians how "brave" you are. Hope you're happy, Jacinta, at least someone will be.

Reviewed by Andrea 2020
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Best Fringe show I’ve ever seen! I laughed, I almost cried, I was filled with joy and pride for someone I hadn’t heard of 60 minutes earlier! Jacinta’s performance of Slutdrop should been seen by the masses but particularly young women as it delivers a poignant sharing of her personal narrative in a way that shares an important message of self-discovery and self-love. A must see at Fringe 2020!

Reviewed by Bec 2020

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