Another fine HuffingtonPost post, this time from David Leddick, playwright and author. Based on his first hand experience as a successful ad man, he takes issue with the depiction of gay characters in “Mad Men.”
I've been a journalist and critic since 2002, and during the 1990s I was a record producer. Among my projects were the collections "Gay American Composers" volumes one and two, and "Lesbian American Composers." I've also led a three-year research initiative into the effects of AIDS on American music.
Why Gay Ears?
Because following GLTB artists can be a doorway into the vast world of classical music. And pride is a good thing, too.