It's a way for me to express myself, and at this point, obviously there's an additional kickback from the media and I can pay for the surgeries now by selling my stories because people are interested.
I didn't do my surgery to blend in; I didn't do it to look like anyone else or to fit in with anybody else.
So, when it came time for Pete's cover, of course, Paper had to go for something truly shocking.
There's this weird stigma around allowing yourself to feel ownership over your own body and really take charge of how people view it.
So inherently, I wanted to emulate that.
So Ken came into the world with the smoothness that has been so mocked in pop culture.