Get down and dirty with your household appliances in this queer-positive dance number

London-based director David Wilson, known for his music video work for Arctic Monkeys, Tame Impala, and Christine and the Queens, celebrates self-pleasure and the joys of objectophilia with an exquisite dance routine set to the global smash hit song “Sexual” by Neiked and Dyo.

“We live in a time where queer aesthetics and the rainbow pride flag are marketed and sold like candy,” says Wilson, whose project is an adaption of an illustrious stage performance from Blackpool-born theater-maker Harry Clayton-Wright, who makes amorous advances towards the well-oiled handle of a vintage vacuum cleaner

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