And there are at least three fascinating views of Peter Pan.
I’m not suggesting that these are intended. Nor implied.
I don’t believe any of these notions are actually correct.
Just that a different lens can be used to look at it, which produces some freaky results.
(One of these I mentioned a long while back.)
In no actual ranked order of importance:
How about you?
Can you think of another wild analysis?
*Side note: In the Peter Pan: Kensington Gardens production, they bring in this line . And yet… he is touched afterward. Sort of...! They add some lines. Wendy calls him on it and he replies, “Oh, I never said I couldn’t touch you. But you can’t touch me.” (Probably paraphrased.) I rather enjoyed this tweak.