Anti-gay listed hate group Family Research Council (FRC) has blamed “nemesis” Dan Savage for University of Oklahoma fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s racist chanting
A member of the Family Research Council has an idea of what caused the frat bros at the University of Oklahoma's SAE chapter to sing racist chants referencing lynching: the gay people, led by his nemesis Dan Savage, corrupting the culture and causing the racism to happen.
A senior fellow at the Family Research Council (FRC) tried to link columnist and activist Dan Savage to the video of fraternity members at the University of Oklahoma singing a racist song, Right Wing Watch reported. “This comes at a time when you have one of our nemeses, Dan Savage, who is...
"Dan Savage, who is now having his life story being portrayed on a new sitcom on ABC, you know, here’s a guy that’s responsible for the coarsening of civil discussion and conversation being celebrated, at a time when there are knuckleheads who are still spewing from their lips the sort of nonsense that we’ve heard from these fraternity members."
In a Townhall piece published today, wingnut commentator Ben Shapiro goes after Dan Savage for his recent invitation for Ben Carson to "suck my dick" and prove that homosexuality is a choice. That is an insipid argument; were the shoe...Show More Summary
Featuring Dan Savage, Cleve Jones, San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener, and AIDS Healthcare Foundation head Michael Weinstein.(Tipped by JMG reader Eric)
On CNN’s Reliable Sources March 8, media correspondent and host Brian Stelter interviewed radical gay activist Dan Savage about author and neurosurgeon Ben Carson’s comments about homosexuality. After Carson told CNN's Chris Cuomo last week he thought being gay was “absolutely a choice,” Savage lashed out at Carson on Twitter. Show More Summary
The Seattle columnist said that sometimes you have to be just as vile as conservatives to get their attention
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Sex columnist Dan Savage explained over the weekend that he challenged possible Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson to give him oral sex so he could make it clear “how low and disgusting” his comments about gay people were. In a syndicated column published last week, Savage had...
Following Dr. Ben Carson's remarks this past week that being gay is a choice because "a lot of people who go into prison go into prison straight -- and when they come out, they're gay," Dan Savage penned an open...
After neurosurgeon headline-generator Ben Carson's claim this week that prisons proved homosexuality was a choice, sex advice columnist Dan Savage invited him to suck his dick and see if that changed him. On Reliable Sources Sunday morning, host Brian Stelter asked if Savage had gotten as vile as Carson in his response.
Responding to Ben Carson's remarks this week that being gay is a choice, columnist Dan Savage invited the Republican presidential prospect to "suck my dick" to prove it. Carson on Wednesday told CNN that prisoners are an example of how homosexuality can be a choice, so Savage challenged Carson in an open letter: If being gay is a choice, prove it. Show More Summary
Gay rights activist Dan Savage called Ben Carson out in his syndicated column this week, challenging the prospective GOP presidential candidate to put his money where his mouth was — so to speak — regarding his views on homosexuality. “If being gay is a choice, prove it,”...
"Dear Dr. Carson, If being gay is a choice, prove it. Choose it. Choose to be gay yourself. Show America how that's done, Ben, show us how a man can choose to be gay. Suck my dick. Name the time and the place and I'll bring my dick and...Show More Summary
Columnist Dan Savage, who is perhaps equally famous for starting the "It Gets Better" campaign and redefining the meaning of "Santorum," has new piece out this week that tackles recent comments from Dr. Ben Carson, who said he knows being gay is a "choice" because people "go into prison straight — and when they come out, they’re gay."
As reported by Deadline, Raising Hope‘s Martha Plimpton has signed on to play another mom. This time it’s for Family Of The Year, ABC’s comedy pilot that’s loosely based on the life of writer/gay rights activist Dan Savage—he’s that guy in the red (or white) shirt who shows up on The A.V. Show More Summary
This marks the 'Raising Hope' alum's return to broadcast. read more
Liberal gay activist Dan Savage, who was promoted and praised by the media for his anti-bullying campaign for gay youth a few years ago, is continuing to revisit his favorite past time -- bullying conservatives and Christians.
Dan Savage, a continually foul-mouthed advocate for gays and lesbians who has been endorsed by President Obama, is now saying that a statue of John Paul II makes him out