Queer, loud, passionate and quirky; Mia always felt like a misfit, until she encountered the sex worker community. Before becoming a dancer herself, she felt welcome and found a second family with the members of the collective. Performing is a constant learning process for Mia, by dancing on stage she expresses herself in ways she didn’t think possible, and loves every part of it.
On the other hand, she is a natural communicator, feeling in her element in front of an audience. Her skills as a writer and background as a convinced, angry feminist make her shape and share the vision of
the Collective with confidence.
Mia passionately believes in the importance of the ideological and political struggle of sex workers, being part of a self-organised collective embodies this fight for her. She is a night creature, lover of the nightlife, and feels sexually empowered and liberated in this scene; especially when she’s on stage. Mia Onacid likes her performances to be theatrical, outrageous and transgressive.