Iggy Pop, London 1972, by Mick Rock.  “I actually think there…

Iggy Pop, London 1972, by Mick Rock. 

“I actually think there shouldn’t be any genders. That’s the way humans really are, but there have been elaborate codes adopted to weed out parts of behavior that don’t match whatever gender or social group you want to belong to. But no, I never wanted to look particularly macho. I wanted to look kind of smooth, slinky, and super forward.”

From an astounding 2012 interview in Vice, “The Flesh Machine”