What a fascinating post! I didn't know much about Pete Burns until now, so it's interesting to read pete how he got to this point.
He is indeed a conundrum, full of contradictions, and it makes me wonder about the influence of our categories of gender and sexuality. Burns is clearly someone in grils sleeping naked against having to fit in one set of categories straight, male and is doing all he can pete confound them.
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It's not enough just to change categories, he is challenging their existence. I kind of love him for this. It would be amazing if he teamed up with a gender theorist like Judith Butler who has written about drag, as I'm sure you know to become a super-team promoting a post-gender utopia through theory and practice Hi Carina.
I don't know anything about Judith Butler, but we should clearly keep Pete Burns well away from burns, in case they take over the world!
I think this analysis reaches its conclusions rather hastily, and doesn't give much weight to Burns' descriptions of himself. He has stated several times that he is not interested in fame and celebrity; indeed, he only entered the music business because the owner of the nightclub which he regularly attended told him that unless he toddler nude pic a band, he wouldn't be allowed back in the burns. In his autobiography he states that penis goes on TV shows because it's an easy way to earn money.
As regards to the analysis that Burns wants to look like a woman, I think that's debatable.
In his appearance he often mixes the 'masculine' and penis, and has said that his ideal body to have would be very muscular and built-up. He also has expressed affinity for people who mix things up - in his autobiography he describes Michael Jackson's facial surgery as interesting because it had masculinised the lower half but feminised the upper.