Speaking with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes last night in a segment on the Ashley Madison hack, sex advice columnist Dan Savage shared why he has sympathy for the victims of the privacy breach but not career homophobe Josh Duggar. Explained Savage:… The post Dan Savage: Ashley Madison Hack Victims Have Right to Privacy But Not Josh Duggar – VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
Tonight at an anti-gay conference hosted at anti-gay pastor Jim Garlow's church, National Organization For Marriage president Brian Brown told the audience that Dan Savage and his husband are "intentionally depriving" their adopted son of his mother and father. He...
It was one of those moments where every ounce of my being longed to capture what was unfolding before my eyes. I knew I might forever regret letting it pass without taking a picture. But I knew that a picture might scare away the magic. People...Show More Summary
“How and when did I learn to sound gay?” filmmaker David Thorpe asks in the new trailer for his documentary Do I Sound Gay? It’s a question we have all asked each other at some point. (Who hasn’t hear the quip, “When she opens her mouth, a purse falls out!”) Related: Filmmaker Hopes To Discover What Makes Us […]
"This could really queer this really wonderful friendship."
David Sedaris, Dan Savage, Tim Gunn, Margaret Cho, and others discuss the topic in a new documentary.
Dan Savage makes the ten year best-of clip: "From the silly to the profound, from the personal to the political, we’re celebrating a decade of your creativity and self-expression. And, we’re doing it from A to Z. With over 75 references and 18 filmmaking styles, we've tried to capture some of the richness and variety of YouTube from the last decade."
In a new clip from the docuseries 'It Got Better' (now in its second season), the collaboration between Lisa Kudrow and Dan Bucatinsky's production company and Dan Savage's 'It Gets Better' campaign, actor Andrew Rannells (Girls, Hedwig, The Book of...
There are certain complex ideas regarding sexual hypocrisy that we just don’t have singular words for in the English language. Being the proponent of exposing sexual impropriety that he is, Dan Savage has done a lot in the past few....
[Content Note: Sexual abuse; bullying; name mockery.]I have previously written about Dan Savage's gross "Campaign for 'santorum' neologism," and the many problems with it, not least of which is that Rick Santorum isn't the only person...Show More Summary
Dan Savage highlights the hypocrisy of reality TV's Duggar clan, who painted LGBT people as child predators while their oldest son was allegedly sexually abusing underage girls. read more
Dan Savage appeared on Chris Hayes' MSNBC show last night to discuss the unfolding drama surrounding reality TV's Duggar clan in the wake of allegations that Josh Duggar sexually abused five underage girls over a decade ago. Highlighting the family's...
Today's prayer from the Family Research Council: ABC-Disney’s New Low – Our friends at the Media Research Center (MRC) are promoting a petition urging Disney-owned ABC to cancel its new series highlighting one of the nation’s nastiest, openly anti-Christian homosexual activists, Dan Savage. Show More Summary
From the Family Research Council's latest round of prayer targets Whoever wrote "spewing upon our nation" was clearly trolling his or her employer at FRC.
"What does an X-rated gay sex columnist have in common with Walt Disney? Nothing. And that's exactly the problem. Most Americans have probably never heard of Dan Savage, but unfortunately, that's all about to change this fall. Despite...Show More Summary
Gay teen sexual anxiety gets the ABC treatment this fall.
The comedy, based on Dan Savage's childhood, is already outraging conservatives.
Via IndieWire: Just yesterday we reported that ABC had picked up Dan Savage's sitcom "The Real O'Neals," and now we already have a trailer... That looks pretty darn promising. Focusing on a contemporary Catholic family with a whole lotta...Show More Summary
This is the project that was initially based on Dan Savage's life, but that is now more its own thing. Looks cute (and Savage still serves as executive producer):