EXCLUSIVE: ‘They nicknamed me Jessica Alves’: ‘Human Ken Doll’ Rodrigo poses in racy nipple tassels and a Playboy bunny costume for provocative photoshoot in support of gender fluidity

He recently revealed he identifies as gender-fluid and is keen to raise awareness around the topic.

And Human Ken Doll Rodrigo Alves has undergone a stunning transformation for a bold new photoshoot in support of a gender fluidity campaign.

The 34-year-old reality personality, who has spent an estimated £518,000 on plastic surgery, has collaborated with visual artist Thomas Evans to capture a new photo series Femme The Man, which shows Rodrigo clad in skimpy attire.

For the first striking photo the star slips into into a tiny red and black floral corset, which reveals the results of his recent rib removal, paired with a leather lace-up vest and saucy heart-shaped nipple tassels.

Attempting to redefine how society expects people to dress and behave based on physical anatomy, as well as support men who feel unable to express themselves, the defiant star rocks pink talons, a blonde bobbed wig and smoky eye make-up for the stunning shoot, where crew members nicknamed him ‘Jessica Alves.’

A second bold photo sees Rodrigo don a glamorous Playboy bunny outfit, comprised of a black silk basque, fishnet tights, glittery gold heels, flowing blonde wig and rabbit ears.

Shining a further light on the issues faced by those who identify as gender-fluid, Rodrigo poses for a ‘dirty glam’ photo, which shows with a cap covering his hair, and dark patches of make-up smearing his face as he smokes a cigarette.

This poignant shot is designed to depict the abuse that gender-fluid people face.

Striking a confident pose, the star, accentuated his striking features with smoky eye make-up and a vibrant pink pout.

Embracing his femininity in another striking photo, Rodrigo slipped on a flowing black wig, black corset and nipple tassels, which showcasing his pointed pink talons in a piercing pose.

Showing both his masculine and feminine sides, Rodrigo also posed for a shot in a silk shirt, trousers, floral blazer and brogues which was laid down next to an image of him in a corset.

The campaign aims to break the taboo around gender fluidity and normalise it for others.

Explaining how he felt on the day of the shoot and his motivations behind it Rodrigo exclusively told MailOnline: ‘I was very nervous because I keep wondering what people will think and if I would be able to get my message across effectively, but after a few changes of outfit and playing Madonna’s Vogue in the background I started to embrace the character and felt more relaxed.

‘I had to forget that I was a man and Rodrigo Alves at the shoot. I had a big team of 15 people working along side me to make that happen which gave me a lot of confidence on the day too. They all nicknamed me Jessica Alves!’

The star said he was motivated to take part in the shoot after seeing reports of people abused and attacked because they are gender fluid.

He said: ‘I want the men who are repressed and live a double life to know that it is alright to be different, every man regardless of their sexual preference has a feminine side and there is nothing wrong in showing it.

‘It is wrong to be unhappy and depressed because they can’t express how they feel.

‘It is OK for a man to wear make up, it is OK for me to wear a corset. There is no right or wrongs when it comes to doing what makes you happy.

‘It felt good to be able to break the boundaries that a repressed society have created, it makes me very sad to know that kids and teens still get bullied at schools due to their appearance or because they are gender fluid.

Opening up about his own experiences of bullying and homophobic abuse in school in Brazil the star said: ‘My grandmother used to pick me up at school because evil boys just wanted to assault me and beat me up.

‘I used to be physically assaulted everyday because I was fat and ugly, I didn’t play football.I was also gender fluid.

”At age of 14, 15, and 16 I used to play with dolls and be surrounded by girls, I have always being very popular among then and boys used to hate me for that.

‘You can’t call a kid and an innocent teenager gay because he plays with dolls, being gay has to do with sexuality whereas being gender fluid has to do with freedom of expression and to express yourself how you want.’

Rodrigo said he has come a long way since those difficult days, finding his inner strength and bravery.

He said: ‘I’m brave because I have found strength to face the bullies from the past and become a very successful person and turned into something very powerful and creative which will be always part of my life forever.

‘Today I’m the fruit of my imagination, I’m everything that I have always wanted to be in my life and I hope that I can inspire people to follow their dreams and do what is right for then in order to be happy.

Rodrigo’s shoot will be shown on his upcoming TV documentary which will launch on German TV network RTL, then worldwide in two weeks’ time.

He said: Germany is the only country that has laws in places to support and protect those who wants to express themselves as they feel, in Germany teachers use gender neutral pronouns at schools, also they have equality laws in place. that is why I have chosen Germany to be the first country to broadcast my documentary.’

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