Rock Legend Lou Reed passed away yesterday, leaving behind a legacy that spans multiple generations.
Best known for his role as front man of The Velvet Underground, his solo career and his collaborative work with Andy Warhol, Reed is credited with "introducing avant garde rock and pop art to mainstream music."
The nature of Reed's sexuality was complex and punk historian Legs McNeil and music critic Stephen Deusner stopped by HuffPost Live today to discuss the late singer's relationship with queerness. Check out the above segment for not only their commentary, but a clip of Reed himself discussing his sexual orientation.
Curious for more? The whole segment can be viewed here.
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