What's really sad is that a lot of very talented people are being forced to do things that are very embarrassing and I don't intend to be one of them.
Very few people can truly divorce themselves from what they feel emotionally and sexually.
I can do anything. In GQ, I appeared as a man.
I started going to Madame Louise's, the lesbian club where all the punk bands used to go - the Sex Pistols, the Clash. I remember seeing Billy Idol walk in there; he was gorgeous.
I'm being honest, I say what I think.
People say things about me all the time and I get over it. I've had some appalling things told about me.
I try to exist in a world where there is freedom of opinion, where you're allowed to make jokes. I don't want to live in some PC world where no-one's allowed to say anything.
Separation penetrates the disappearing person like a pigment and steeps him in gentle radiance.
The ultimate goal is to be more satisfied. I really don't believe you get wiser because you get older. It's a choice, perhaps not to take some things so seriously.
A lot of people felt I was getting work because I was Boy George. My response at the time was that there's a lot of DJs making records, they're not all making good records, but they have the right to do that.
Part of me looks at the gay movement now and worries that we're losing our individuality.
I just go in my back garden. It's the only place where people don't come and bother you.
I'd got very successful, everyone knew who I was, but I felt very empty.
I suppose there is a lot of toughness in me.
Well there are those who think you can only succeed at someone else's expense.
A lot of what I've been learning in the last two years is due to therapy - about my sexuality, why things go wrong, why relationships haven't worked. It isn't anything to do with anybody else; it's to do with me.
I knew style and content went hand in hand.
I also tried to avoid doing obvious dance records.
An actor is a guy who, if you ain't talking about him, he ain't listening.
I would rather have a cup of tea than sex.
Remember that I was out of the closet at the age of sixteen. My parents knew I was gay; I'd had to tell them.
Beethoven had a great look. It was very much about the drama of appearance.
She's probably in denial that she's a great big ball of insecurity and I'm quite well aware that I am one.