Performing half-naked on the streets was Jax Human’s first dance-step to a career as a male stripper.
“I started off as a busker on the street dancing topless and I knew that I just wanted to entertain, I loved it,” the Magic Men performer explained.
“I started to YouTube male strippers and knew I had what it took to be up on stage and entertain for a living. I’m now closing the shows and teaching the new strippers that come on board with Magic Men.”
But after five years with the troupe, Human’s become more than just musclebound eye-candy for his mostly female audience. Along with stepping out alongside the other performers, he now also choreographs their solo and group routines.
“I help the guys with their music, their moves and they’re able to then put their own style into it. I think most of my routines are influenced by Chris Brown and I love my rock music, too, so there’s a good mix for all the ladies.
“Every woman expresses themselves differently, so I try to incorporate a range of moves into my routine; from hard and rough, to more slow and romantic. It’s a great night out for the ladies and we always make sure they’re comfortable on stage with us.”
Human and his fellow Magic Men will dance around North Geelong’s Sphinx Hotel on 24 November.
The promoters spruiked an obscure award while tempting patrons to the “hot new show”.
“Voted Ladies Most Lavish Night Out for three years running, expect a high-energy entertainment experience that you’ll never forget and be left wanting more from Australia’s most handsome hunks,” the promoters said.

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