Five years after Dan Savage recorded the first testimonial, the It Gets Better Project is launching "5 Years Better."
Five years ago the It Gets Better Project took the internet by storm and managed to change - and maybe even save - thousands of lives. It all started when Dan Savage and Terry Miller posted the first-ever "It Gets Better" video, recounting...Show More Summary
Longtime forward Hedo Turkoglu announced his retirement Friday after a 15-year NBA career that included stops with six different teams. Dan Savage of NBA.com passed along the news and provided comments from the 36-year-old veteran about his experience: "I am very thankful and grateful for the opportunity to live out my dream and play in the NBA. Show More Summary
Why vote alone at home with your cheat sheet when you can grab your cheat sheet and a beer and vote in public with Dan Savage and the Stranger Election Control Board? We'll be at The Comet from 6 - 9 p.m. tomorrow night, along with a...Show More Summary
"Why isn’t making the sacrifice to be monogamous considered to be nobler than this myth of effortless monogamy that’s a result of love and passion?"
But for who? Cheat sheet right here. cigdem/Shutterstock The Stranger Election Control Board Endorsements for the November Election: Read 'em all. Things we mentioned: Splooge, pangolins, ball hairs, Dan Savage's cocaine drawer—plus,...Show More Summary
From the October 6 edition of Savage Lovecast: DAN SAVAGE (HOST): What is it that you've been doing for the last year at Equality Matters? RACHEL PERCELAY: So I have been monitoring LGBT media, but I've taken on a special project toShow More Summary
Dan Savage's HUMP! amateur porn film festival shines a new light on a long-shamed topic. The post How This Amateur Porn Festival Is Changing The Way Americans Approach Sex appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Evangelicals call it a battle for religious freedom. Dan Savage calls it a fight over a "gay bag of chips"
Will gets bad news on "Nashville," Dan Savage responds to Kim Davis meeting the Pope
On All In with Chris Hayes last night, Dan Savage spoke about why Kim Davis’ secret meeting with Pope Francis is troubling and how it contradicts his message that the Catholic Church should focus less on social issues. Said Savage of...Show More Summary
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee are concerned that Rainbow Doritos are an attack on Christianity—that’s right, tasty corn chips are coming for his sweet, sweet religion. Read more...
Is monogamy over? A new Time magazine investigation says it could be, and this week on New York Magazine's "Sex Lives" podcast, we discuss the ramifications — and just how much influence Dan Savage has had on our sex lives. We also discuss the (reliable) glories of the pullout method, and... More »
Tickets are now on sale for this year's HUMP! Get your tickets at humpseattle.com or humpportland.com! Screenings In Seattle: SIFF Cinema Uptown (all 18+): 11/5: 7pm, 9pm (These two screenings hosted by Dan Savage)11/6: 7pm, 9pm, 11pm...Show More Summary
Over the weekend I watched something excellent happen online—something so inspiring I can only compare it to witnessing the launch of Dan Savage's It Gets Better Project. I already knew that two Seattle women, Amelia Bonow and Kimberly...Show More Summary
Doritos and Dan Savage's It Gets Better project teamed up to make multi-colored Cool Ranch chips. Yummy.
Episode 20 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who claims that Jesus Christ prevents her from issuing gay marriage licenses, is now in jail for contempt of court—and Dan Savage...Show More Summary
I think Kim Davis is waiting to cash in. I predicted from the beginning that she would defy all the court orders, defy the Supreme Court, she would ultimately be held in contempt of court, lose her job, perhaps go to prison for a short amount of time. And then she will have written for her, […]
It "unites the best of contemporary styles in hair and hats for young men," writes an unbylined author at Capitol Hill Seattle [via Stylite, via Dan Savage]
Appearing on MSNBC's The Last Word (with guest host Alex Wagner) last night, columnist and gay rights activist Dan Savage summed up what he sees as Kentucky court clerk Kim Davis' "hypocritical" stand against gay marriage.