As early as sixteen his sisters took him to a ball dressed as a girl. At age 18, when his sister died, he allegedly had sex with her corpse when left alone to photograph it.
Many of his paintings were of erotic images featuring sphinxes, sirens and chimeras.
In his late fifties he became involved with the Surrealists. In his sixties, he turned to erotic photographs, often featuring himself as female, that focused especially on images of black stockings. He was primarily a leg fetishist; the gender of the body connected to the leg did not matter as long as the leg was blackstockinged and hairless. He attached great importance to satisfying himself anally with dildos, which he referred to as 'godmiches', made from silk stockings in a condom. This was more important to him than regular intercourse. He associated the godmiches as closely as possible with high heels, as part of making them into feminine phalluses. The problem with a natural penis attached to a man was that it lacks ambivalence and therefore it cannot play any female part in his psychological projection as a transvestite. The implicit auto-sexualism of all this came to its acme in that Molinier has the body subtlety of being able to do auto-fellatio.
In 1967 he met Hanel Koeck, a German sadomasochist who was a leg and shoe fetishist. She became the model in many of his paintings and photomontages. Jean-Pierre Bouyxou made a film Satan bouche un coin, 1968 which included Molinier in drag. In 1975 he photographed the Swiss painter Luciano Castelli in drag. The next year he photographed Thierry Agullo, a Bordeau painter, also in drag.
He committed suicide at age 76 when his health was in decline
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- Peter Gorsen, (English translation by Heidi Grundmann). “Pierre Molinier, Lui-Meme”. File Magazine. Spring 1982.
- Pierre Molinier. Le chaman et ses créatures, Bordeaux : William Blake & Co. 96 pp 1995
- Pierre Petit. Molinier, une vie d'enfer. Paris: Editions Ramsay/Jean-Jacques Pauvert 267 pp 86 ill 1992.
- “Pierre Molinier”. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Molinier.
- “Pierre Molinier”. Gay for Today. gayfortoday.blogspot.com/2007/04/pierre-molinier.html
- “Pierre Molinier”. Citizendium. en.citizendium.org/wiki/Pierre_Molinier
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