If all art is truly subjective, then for queer monster lovers late to the Kiss loving party, a re-examination of the Peter Criss classic Beth could reveal some surprisingly (down low) bisexual results.
Note the lyrics “Beth, I hear you callin’. But I can’t come home right now. Me and the boys are playin’ and we just can’t find the sound” and especially “Beth, I know you’re lonely and I hope you’ll be alright.’Cause me and the boys will be playin‘ all night!” H-m-m-m…well, alright!
Granted, this is all written with humorous intent and tongue firmly in cheek – but the confirmation in the April 10th, 2014 issue of Rolling Stone that original band member Ace Frehley did engage in sexual contact with other men during his high flying partying days does lend this mock supposition a bit of silly food for thought. (This was, also, the issue that featured an article on the coming out of Neon Tree’s Tyler Glenn making RS #1206 one gay, gay Rock & Roll party!)
For those still ‘questioning’, here’s a (quite refined) version of Beth for your consideration:
Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan