Gays, faith, and the New York Times
Dan Savage advises a monogamously inclined unicorn, a gay guy with a shady past, and a reader attracted to twentysomethings with cochlear implants.
In Excluded, trans activist and biologist Julia Serano argues that gender and sexuality can’t be reduced to a single cause.
Dan, with an assist from an honest-to-god clergyman, on being Christian and gay.
At the taffeta barricades with Priscilla Queen of the Desert
Dan on the “problem” of NSA blow jobs, the more real problem of a vengeful ex, and the eternal problem of . . . eternity.
In episode two of MTV’s Underemployed, the gang is challenged with improving Raviva’s third day of motherhood
Unlike Anderson Cooper, fellow grayhaired journalists have some secrets to keep
Posdnuos of De La Soul talks to Chicago MC and activist Rhymefest
Dan goes intergenerational on May-December romances, potentially dirty old men, and teen dating
Clint Eastwood probes the alleged gay double life of J. Edgar Hoover
But with a couple world premieres this year, she’s come into her own.
A gay Chicago filmmaker arrives at a Missouri film fest to find the state has pulled its funding under pressure from “patriots.” Was it the subject matter?
Long before Boystown, there was a cozy meeting place beneath the Randolph Street bridge
If you found yourself a bit surprised at Dan Savage’s vehemence in the most recent Savage Love*, I’d recommend my friend Ben’s (a Lutheran pastor and longtime Savage Love reader) posts on the history of Christian sexual morality and Christian intolerance vs. atheist intolerance. Good, thoughtful stuff.