Dan Savage
Read the latest news about Dan Savage, the gay editor, author, and activist who co-founded the It Gets Better project along with his partner Terry Miller. Dan Savage rose to national prominence with the syndication of his sex advice column, Savage Love, which responds to various questions by readers regarding health, sex, sexuality, relationships, and love. It would later become a radio show of the same name. Find out recent events related to Savage, who also hosts the MTV advice show Savage U and has made headlines by clashing with antigay conservatives like Rick Santorum.
WATCH: Documentary Asks 'Do I Sound Gay?'
May 01 2014 12:37 PM ET

WATCH: Documentary Asks Do I Sound Gay?

Kevin OKeeffe

David Thorpe's new film, currently seeking Kickstarter support, features a wide range of opinions on the 'gay voice.'

WATCH: Dan Savage Praises Butterfinger for 'Monogamish' Super Bowl Ad
February 02 2014 11:49 PM ET

WATCH: Dan Savage Loved 'Monogamish' Super Bowl Ad

Lucas Grindley

Super Bowl viewers were asked to consider adding a third to their relationships.

2014's Gayest Cities in America
January 06 2014 4:00 AM ET

2014's Gayest Cities in America

Matthew Breen

The most LGBT-friendly places in America, according to our ever-rotating criteria, are some of what you expect, and a lot of what you don’t.

Op-ed: What I Didn't Learn in Catholic School
December 09 2013 6:00 AM ET

Op-ed: What I Didn't Learn in Catholic School

Cameron Esposito

Comedian Cameron Esposito explains why comedy has become her new religion.

Cheney Family Fractured on Marriage Equality
November 18 2013 2:45 PM ET

Cheney Family Fractured on Marriage Equality

Michelle Garcia

Liz Cheney and her gay sister, Mary Cheney, take their marriage equality arguments public.

WATCH: Va. Lt. Gov. Hopeful Says DADT Repeal Turned Military Into 'Sodom and Gomorrah'
October 30 2013 11:15 AM ET

WATCH: Va. Pol Says 'God Is Not Pleased' with DADT Repeal

Sunnivie Brydum

Right Wing Watch uncovers additional evidence of E.W. Jackson's homophobia.

October Is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month
October 21 2013 2:58 PM ET

October Is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month

Daniel Reynolds

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is drawing attention to the plight of young people during October, which is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month.

Op-ed: The Emmys Were Plenty Gay, But Not Much Else
September 26 2013 3:01 AM ET

Op-ed: Emmys Take One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Ross von Metzke

The Emmys were plenty gay, but not much else.

Christians Voice LGBT Support in NALT Project Video Series
September 25 2013 4:21 PM ET

Christians Voice LGBT Support in NALT Project Video Series

Nicholas Cimarusti

To counter the assumption that all Christians are against LGBT rights, The NALT Christians Project shows videos in which Christians proclaim "We're not all like that!"

Op-ed: Why We Need Bi Pride Day
September 23 2013 10:45 AM ET

Op-ed: Why We Need Bi Pride Day

Michelle Garcia

Biphobia rears its ugly head in a new video.

WATCH: Harvey Fierstein, Dan Savage Equate Russia to 1933 Nazi Germany
August 15 2013 12:23 PM ET

WATCH: Fierstein, Savage Equate Russia to 1933 Nazi Germany

Sunnivie Brydum

The out authors and activists railed against Russia's anti-LGBT laws on MSNBC's All In With Chris Hayes.

Olympics: Who Can Force Russia to Change Its Ways?
August 13 2013 6:00 AM ET

Who Can Force Russia to Change Its Ways?

Michelle Garcia

LGBT athletes will soon compete for their shot at the Olympic squad, but they still aren’t sure whether they will be safe in Sochi. Can anything be done?

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