Bass player Flea from the band Red Hot Chili Peppers was looking for at a very young age, of his gay side, as a response to the idea of a strict father. Which tells the story of the musician, in his forthcoming biography of the Acid for the Children, with The Guardian on Monday, an interview on the topic.
The artist says that he was at the age of six by his father in his place, was taken, after a kiss that had been requested. This led to his desire to rebel against the constraints of the masculine identity and, as a result of reading the chapter, You Don’t have to Kiss It out of their own lives.
That the rebellion was the case of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, when they are early on in their career, posed for the homopornoblad In Touch. In the drafts of his autobiography devoted to the 57-year-old Michael Peter Balzary, such as a Flea has to be really hot, even on his own homosexual experiences. The bass player, decided those passages to be removed. “I didn’t mean that it would be a thrill. For me, it wasn’t anything special. I was just experimenting, and what was the result? Well, I’m not gay.”
Balzary says in his autobiography that he was from a young age, like to be naked, rondrende, because of the freedom and rebellion. That same freedom can also be seen in the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Thus came they on a regular basis with only a sock around their private parts. In 2016, it took the band to me and told me to Car pool, Karaoke.
Acid for the Children to appear on the 5th of november.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, in Car Karaoke