KISS’ Gene Simmons Feels Remorse About His Sex Life

KISS’ Gene Simmons had revealed in his autobiography ‘Sex Money Kiss,’ that he was involved with more than 4,000 women in his past before he married his now wife Shannon Lee Tweed in 2011. In a recent The Guardian interview, the rocker admitted he was guilty of succumbing to his hormones. He explained:

“When you’re a woman, and you see a man, and he’s big, and he’s got a hairy chest, and he’s good-looking, and you see that, what you’re seeing is a mirage. That’s actually a 14-year-old horny kid. Just still young, dumb, and full of c*m. We can’t even think straight when we see you. I don’t say this as a defense because I stand guilty as charged of everything.”

During the interview with The Guardian, Simmons put himself in his wife’s shoes and said:

“Would I ever leave if Shannon [Lee Tweed] dilly-dallied like I had? No. Absolutely not. That will never happen. This will be the only marriage I ever have because my definition of marriage isn’t based on that stuff; it’s based on somebody who, in a real sense, will give their life for you.”

He also shared that the only words that he cares about concerning his past is his wife and kids by adding:

“And we’ve proved it in creating two new, wonderful, amazing forms of life: our kids. Nobody else can do that. At the end of the day, my life will be judged by Shannon and [our children] Nick and Sophie.”

Even though Gene has been married to Shannon for over a decade now, it took the rocker 28 years to tie the knot. In an appearance on the Club Random Podcast, Gene shared why it took him almost three decades to take the next step. He expressed:

“Why did you do this? Because I wanted to do it. Where are you going? Where am I going? Who wants to know? It was that sort of thing. I was even arrogant enough to give Shannon a piece of paper that said, ‘Full disclosure I never want to get married; I never want to have kids. We can live together, but I don’t want to be told what to do,’ like full upfront.”

You can read Gene Simmons’ interview with The Guardian here.