After failing this audition for the Bee Gees, Cleveland’s Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame told me to keep my day job: “Just keep trying to get men and women to understand each other: you’ll be employed forever.” Seriously, this is from a 1979 feature in Cleveland’s the Plain Dealer. Photo by Clarence H. Copeland.”
Once upon a time, there was no beard. Just a curl. In 1972, while I was on the Board of NOW in NYC, I chaired its “Task Force on the Masculine Mystique,” and organized at NYU what may have been the first men’s liberation conference. My former wife, Ursie, posed with me for a UPI story by Patricia McCormick. Photo by UPI.