Among the revelations in Steven Tyler's new autobiography, the 63 year old Aerosmith frontman and 'American Idol' judge reveals that he once experimented with gay sex but "just didn't dig it."

In the book, 'Does The Noise In My Head Bother You,' Tyler writes "Gays love me!" and says that when he walks into a room full of "queens," he tells them "don't even think about hitting on me. I'm a breeder and you know it."

He goes on to reveal that while he tried gay sex one time when he was younger, "the idea of some guy pulling my hair back, biting my ear and shoving his c--k in my ass doesn't appeal to me."

Tyler calls sex "the strongest force in the universe" and said that while women are basically "nurturers," men were "created to be Ted Nugent" and hunt, something that Tyler says has been going on in multiple forms and definitions for "a million years."

Regarding the issues of trust, Tyler said that as a rock star, he's at a disadvantage and that the "rock star business" and "basic male impulse" puts "a kink in the ideal of domestic bliss." As a result, Tyler says that he's never been in a "relationship with a woman who really trusted me."

He recently released his first solo single, '(It) Feels So Good,' and this fall will be back on stage with Aerosmith. Meanwhile, the band continues to work on their next album, a process that guitarist Brad Whitford recently said has been hampered by Tyler's stint on 'American Idol.'

Watch the video for Steven Tyler's '(It) Feels So Good'