To tell the story of Neil Megson is to tell the story of one of the most all-consuming art projects ever made. An art and music icon of the London avant-garde scene in the 1970s, Megson, who came to be called Genesis P-Orridge, fell madly in love with a tall, blonde occasional-dominatrix named Jacqueline Breyer (often known as Lady Jaye) in 1993. The two shared an obsessive love that P-Orridge described to New York magazine by saying, “We fell in love the minute we saw each other, and as we became more and more obsessively in love, we had that whole feeling of ‘I wish I could eat you up. I wish I could just take you, and I become you and you become me.” The two moved in together and, on their tenth anniversary, decided to take their obsessive love to the next level by literally becoming each other. The project was called “Pandrogeny.” They received matching sets of breast implants, eye and nose jobs, cheek and chin implants, liposuction, lip implants, tattooed beauty marks and hormone therapy. They also dressed identically and mimicked each others’ mannerisms. Though Breyer died of stomach cancer before the project could be completed, P-Orridge has continued the transformation and still refers to himself in the plural.