Rumpus contributor Anna Pulley (who Sugar named as one of her favorite advice columnists) helps Dan Savage answer a query on his latest Savage Love episode. Pulley doles out wisdom on lesbian-identified bisexual women and discusses her Salon piece “San Francisco Turned Me Straight.”...more
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Mother Jones converses with Dan Savage about his long-term vision for the “It Gets Better” campaign and his new MTV series. Savage also dishes on whether reading about “freaky stuff” makes someone freaky, and shares anxieties about Santorum’s recent surge.
“The goal is to build and maintain these videos and all the support in them for LGBT kids who are growing up right now: 13-, 14-, and 15-year-olds; people who are nine years old right now but who will see these videos in five to six years....more
“…when I say that people should be realistic, and when I say that people should be able to forgive, and when I say that realism and forgiveness strengthen relationships—this is what I’m talking about.”...more
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I recently spent a chunk of my afternoon reading a seven-page article in The New York Times, “Married, with Infidelities,” by Mark Oppenheimer, in which he interviews sex-advice columnist Dan Savage, who recommends that couples in monogamous relationships talk openly about cheating and non-monogamy, because no relationship is “one-size fits all” and monogamy may not be right for everyone....more