Growing older doesn’t mean that nobody will be interested in what you have to say. Like blogs and twitter accounts, people get more interesting when there’s more content to be had.
And just because you are in your Autumn years doesn’t mean you can’t pluck a Spring chicken. You could be missing out on a lot of fun. How do you keep an eye out for the clues that others are interested in you?
Today we’re talking to the fascinating David Leddick, a gay man who after serving in the Navy in the 40s, went on to become a dancer at the Met in New York and then worked for an advertising agency in the 80s and now he’s dispensing advice on how to be fabulous at any age.
Join us as David talks about his amazing life and how he is now in love with a 27 year old man at the age of 82.
David fills us in on working at a mad manx ad agency that developed Revlon’s romantic Jontue perfume commercial.
His friendship with the quotable Quentin Crisp.
How to vary your sex life to keep the romance alive.
And why social media and blogging will keep us young forever.
David Leddick – How to Be Gay in the 21st Century: Amazon
Mamie Van Doren – Still a Troublemaker: iTunes