Dan Savage

Dan Savage

Dan Savage is an American author, media pundit, journalist, and LGBT community activist. He writes Savage Love, an internationally syndicated relationship and sex advice column. In 2010, Savage and his husband, Terry Miller, began the It Gets Better Project to help prevent suicide among LGBT youth.

Guest Appearances

May 8, 2023

Dan Savage (Savage Love) joins Paul and Amy to talk about sex scenes in movies – the good ones, the bad ones, and the ones you have to watch through your fingers.

September 6, 2020

The one and only host of the Savage Lovecast and founder of the It Get’s Better Project, Dan Savage is here! Tune in for Dan’s conspiracies and his first every tarot reading. Not only does it get better but “it gets better when you do the work for yourself and your community.”

Ways you can help!

Ways to help!

Hands Up Act! – Sign the petition

Justice For Breonna

Black Owned Restaurants LA

Free Black Mamas 2020

Minnesota Freedom Fund

Movement for Black Lives

Color of Change



Bail Project

Brooklyn Community Bail Fund


January 27, 2019

Writer Dan Savage sits down with Cameron to discuss facing criticism from the right and left, the queer family, and adoption.

This episode is sponsored by True & Co. (www.trueandco.com/QUEERY) and Homesick Candles (www.homesick.comcode: QUEERY).

August 16, 2018

Sex advice columnist Dan Savage weighs in on Jude and Arabella’s relationship. Meanwhile, the pair get hot and heavy when Arabella sends her parents off to town for the afternoon.

This episode is sponsored by Leesa (www.leesa.com/OBSCURE).

August 2, 2018

The one and only Dan Savage (Savage LovecastSavage Love) joins Matt and Dave this week to dive super deep into non-monogamy and what it means to be monogamish, being a Broadway show queen, and meeting his husband on the dance floor. Plus pot edibles, rimming questions at 8:00am, and Dave “stalks” Grocer Joe!

February 15, 2018

Live from SF Sketchfest, Bryan and Erin bring stories about newly gay conservative Adam Levine’s coming out piece and Suzanne Venker’s editorial lamenting all of the things the #MeToo movement is ruining. Plus, they talk to author and activist Dan Savage about elementary school bullies, being “combatible,” and emotionally powerful albums.

This episode is sponsored by TomboyX (code: SHADE).