A production of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar featuring the assassination of a Trump-like version of the character is the latest in a series of contentious pieces

From the moment he was elected president, Donald Trump has inspired protest on the streets and has proved to be a muse for a range of controversial artworks.

A fair amount of that art has focused on emasculating or physically exposing Trump, seemingly in response to his air of extreme masculine braggadocio. Trump routinely spoke on the campaign trail of “stamina” and not-so-subtly assured voters of the fitness of his manhood during one of the Republican debates.

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