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Hegarty says: 'As a transgender person it's shocking to find out how many people in the press are willing to euphemistically talk about your anatomy, in a way that you never would with another person, in this really degrading way'Hegarty says: 'As a transgender person it's shocking to find out how many people in the press are willing to euphemistically talk about your anatomy, in a way that you never would with another person, in this really degrading way'Hegarty says: 'As a transgender person it's shocking to find out how many people in the press are willing to euphemistically talk about your anatomy, in a way that you never would with another person, in this really degrading way' When it comes to magazine interviews, there are, as a rule, expectations on both sides as to how the conversation should go.

While the interviewee is invariably there to promote their latest product, the interviewer is looking to find out something about the person behind the work.

We discuss the heat, which we both loathe, and Sussex, where I live and where he spent the early part of his childhood.

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"A lot of writers are throwing that [opportunity] away." It was perhaps daft to think that an audience with Hegarty, now 41, would be anything but unusual.

Looking back over his career, it's clear he has always operated according to his ideals, without any concern for outside approval.

The second track, "Future Feminism", is a recording of a speech on global ecology and the ludicrousness of religious ideology that he made during a concert, to audible applause.

Hegarty is keenly aware that there are those who will think that, as a musician, he's not qualified to be talking about such things, that he should get back in his box.

It's when I suggest that we get down to business and shift the focus on to him that the usual rules are thrown out.

Enraged by a recent newspaper interview which he felt was "degrading", he now wishes to redraw the lines of how interviews are done.These differing objectives can sometimes lead to tension, with each party reluctant to yield to the other.But with experience and mutual understanding, a middle ground is usually found. When, on a rare sunny day in London, I sit down with Antony Hegarty, of Antony and the Johnsons, there is a brief and perfectly comfortable period of small talk.Not for nothing did Lou Reed, a man not exactly liberal with his compliments, once say: "When I heard him, I knew I was in the presence of an angel." After a long period on the cultural margins, Antony has been embraced by the mainstream.Following a Mercury Prize win in 2005 with the album I am a Bird Now, in which he sang with enormous candour about gender displacement, violence and abandonment, he has been fêted by critics and fellow artists alike."All I can do is say to them, 'You're probably right, but I feel so strongly about the way I see we're headed, that it's become my passion to do so.' I am an artist.

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