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A cabaret show featuring naked girls reading books aims to break down the sexualisation of women in mainstream media, according to the show's creator.
Lune as well as physical theatre practitioner Sabrina Martin from Wellington - all three completely naked. Fowler said the original show started in Chicago about nine years ago. She thought it was the best thing she had ever heard of when a friend told her about it.
Each of the women do a selection of short readings, including bits from children's books, poetry, fan fiction and comedy. The Nelson show is themed "smut", which Fowler said meant "all things taboo, slutty, sadistic and radical". Fowler said she got asked a lot why the women had to be naked while reading out loud.
Fowler said it was interesting to see the audience reaction to the show change about five minutes into it. Fowler said the show attracted mostly female audiences, however she encouraged men to come along and break down the barriers society put on them to see naked women only as sexual objects.
She said there will be a "naked boys edition" in the future, as she received many requests for it. Naked ladies take to the stage reading literature in Nelson cabaret show.
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