In slut (r)evolution, Cameryn Moore tells you a very personal account of her sexual development and how she came to accept herself, kinks and all.
Should you see it?
Cameryn Moore’s slut (r)evolution is told as a conversation she’s having with someone she’s met online. It’s a series of vignettes that are anchored by one conversation that include growing up Mormon, discovering BDSM at Burning Man and more. It’s kind of like a verbal essay about one woman’s quest to pin down what her sexuality is all about.
Moore’s honesty is refreshing, and it’s nice to see a show that is so sex-positive. Although slut (r)evolution is quite static, with Moore sitting in an armchair for most of it, the stories are told in a way that will keep you interested. This is definitely not the show for people who are bashful about sex; Moore gets explicit in her stories and doesn’t shy away from giving you all the details. Even if you’ve never had the experiences that Moore had, you’ll probably connect to the feelings behind her stories.
But that’s just my opinion and I’d love to know what you think. Let me know in the comments below!
slut (r)evolution runs June 27th, 29th and 30th. For more information and to purchase tickets, check out the Ottawa Fringe website.
Photo courtesy of Caleb Cole via The Ottawa Fringe Festival.