Dan Savage

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Daniel Keenan Savage
Born October 7, 1964 (1964-10-07) (age 49)
Chicago, Illinois
Education B.A., Theater, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign[1]
Occupation Author, media expert, journalist, newspaper editor and sex advice columnist

Dan Savage is a gay American columnist, journalist and media pundit. Savage has a column on sexuality called "Savage Love" that appears in many newspapers, especially alternative weekly newspapers. He is a strong supporter of same-sex marriage, the right of gay men and women to marry people of the same sex.[2] He has opposed bans on sex toys in states such as Alabama or Mississippi.[3] Savage also opposes the war on drugs.[4] He started the It Gets Better Project in 2010 with his husband Terry Miller. He has written six books.

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