“People will say, ‘I feel like a woman trapped in a man’s body’ … And I say, I feel like I’m trapped in a body.'” – Genesis Bryer P-Orridge
In this March message The Artist D discusses pandrogeny as he (or she) sees it and the want to not transition or be man or woman. Androgyny, yes, but does that cover it these days? Of course not. Pandrogeny is not about defining differences but about creating similarities. Not about separation but about unification and resolution. Artist D ponders labels and not spending any time on any of these things that people spend 90% of their lives figuring.