It facilitates heterosexual, same sex and polyamorous relationships.
After dropping out of studies at the University of Hull, they moved into a counter-cultural commune in London and adopted Genesis P-Orridge as a nom-de-guerre.
On returning to Hull, P-Orridge founded COUM Transmissions with Cosey Fanni Tutti, and in 1973 they relocated to London.
P-Orridge continued with this project of body modification after Lady Jaye's 2007 death.
Although involved in reunions of both Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV in the 2000s, P-Orridge retired from music to focus on other artistic mediums in 2009. A controversial figure with an anti-establishment stance, P-Orridge has been heavily criticised by the British press and politicians.
He was a co-founder and bass-player for Skin Yard, a band that was active from 1985 to 1992, and was president and owner of C/Z Records, a Seattle-based independent record label that released music by many bands including 7 Year Bitch, Built to Spill, Coffin Break, Engine Kid, The Gits, Hammerbox, Love Battery, The Melvins, The Presidents of the United States of America, Silkworm, and Skin Yard.
In 2003 he moved from Seattle to Los Angeles where he oversaw the development and creation of the now-defunct
Conservative MP, Nicholas Fairbairn, expressed his outrage in a speech to the British Parliament, where he famously called COUM (and in part, Throbbing Gristle) the "wreckers of civilisation." In 1981, P-Orridge co-founded Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth, an informal occult order influenced by chaos magic and experimental music.
P-Orridge was often seen as the group's leader, but rejected that position, and left the group in 1991.
Blag Dahlia Paul Cafaro (born May 8, 1966), better known by the stage name Blag Dahlia, is an American singer, musician, producer, and author.