Fringe Review: 'Slut Like Me'

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Logan Donahoo in 'Slut Like Me' at the Orlando Fringe
  • Logan Donahoo in 'Slut Like Me' at the Orlando Fringe
Logan Donahoo's scandalously educational Field Guide to the Gays series packed the Purple Venue over the past few years, and this year's Slut Like Me will put audiences right where he wants them: in the Brown. This year's PowerPoint-punctuated presentation is perfect for anyone – gay, straight, or simply curious – seeking to free themselves from sexual repression and embrace their inner slut. Pacing in front of his projector in a "Fuck Me I'm Fat" T-shirt, the balding bearded bear details his journey from timid Catholic schoolboy to shameless advocate of "slutscovery," as long as it's safe and consensual. 
Slut Like Me
Logan Donahoo - Orlando, FL
7 DATES THROUGH MAY 29, 2016
Venue: Brown
Length: 60 Min
Price: $11 (Disc: FA|FV|MIL|STU|Proof of STI Test)
Rating: 18 & Up – Strong Language, Mature Themes
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Donahoo divulges the secrets of transforming your "walk of shame" into a proud "slut strut"; preparing an emergency slut kit (wet-naps and Wal-Mart clothes are essential); securing your iPhone privacy with Google Voice and Photo Vault; and accidentally exposing yourself in public (just ask WWJJD: what would Janet Jackson do?). The slideshow stand-up format is enlivened by frequent game show-style audience participatory quizzes, and you may be lucky enough to go home with a penis straw; if not, the anatomically improbable dildo Donahoo uses in one demonstration is available autographed on eBay (seriously).

With admonitions to consider taking HIV-preventing PrEP pills and "never forget that sex is joyful," Slut Like Me focuses on sensual pleasure and self-protection, at the expense of underplaying the political implications implicit in Donahoo's expansively sex-positive message. If you've ever felt unattractive, an hour with Donahoo will have you believing that "everything about you is sexy to someone."


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