It made Jim Morrison into a tortured poet with ties to the world of magic and the occult, a hippie rebel against convention of all sort. That read Gay to me, although the book made him sound exceptionally homophobic. But in the 1980s, every biography of a gay or bi man made him sound like a homophobic heterosexual.
"Break On Through" (1967) seems to be a search for a "good place":
You know the day destroys the night, night divides the day
Tried to run, tried to hide, break on through to the other side
levee, looking for love in the darkness:
Strange days have found us..we linger alone
Bodies confused, memories misused
As we run from the day, to a strange night of stone
And "The Soft Parade" (1969) seems to include a reference to same-sex love:
There's only four ways to get unraveled:
One is to love your neighbor 'till his wife gets home
And Jim Morrison's writings:
Boys get crazy in the head and suffer
I sacrifice my c*** on the altar of silence. (The American Night).
Every gay and bi man in the 1960s sacrificed himself on the altar of silence.