Hommo deals with the eroticism of masculinity. It follows two men as they prepare to kill a woman, and concurrently seduce another woman. The narratives run alongside each other as the men try to achieve their ideals of manhood. These extremities of violence and desire seek to expose the powerful undercurrents of sexuality in hyper-masculine relationships and interactions. The play confronts and criticises modern masculinity, presenting a naked vision of the hidden sexuality of gender.