Chicago bandleader Tim Cain began using a four-piece backing ensemble in 1991 mainly because an avenue to explore homosexual themes. An advertisement for queer music artists led to two respondents, including tempo guitarist Mike Ferro. (Ferro and enthusiast had been also medal winners for muscle building within the 1994 Homosexual Video games.) Cain was also reunited with a vintage high-school chum, Cie Fletcher, who took on business lead acoustic guitar and co-production responsibilities. Boys’ Entry debuted at Chicago’s Homosexual Satisfaction rally in June of 1994, playing for an audience around 1,500 people. Two EPs and an record soon followed, although music group was plagued with social conflicts that resulted in Fletcher’s firing.