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Savage Love Live: An Evening with Dan Savage

Dan Savage, your favourite sex advice columnist, has always been close. He's just a few pages away (or clicks away, depending on where you're reading this), even now. Doling out liberal amounts of lube and an accepting mind for all your sexual foibles and preferences. It's just that on Thursday, October 3, he'll be a little bit closer. Nerd out with your homemade DTMFA t-shirt and get up close and personal with the man who has helped redefine sex-positivity and introduce those fun new words into the sexual lexicon. Where would you be without santorum (the frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the byproduct of anal sex)? GGG (good, giving and game)? Pegging (the sex act in which a woman uses a strap-on dildo to perform anal sex on her male partner)? Appearing at the Spatz Theatre and promoting his newest book American Savage: Insights, Slights, and Fights on Faith, Sex, Love and Politics, Dan will be answering your questions, as he always does, about the ins and outs of in and out (or around, or on, or beside). Savage's column has appeared in the pages of the Coast since 1996, the first newspaper in Canada to carry the column. Now Savage Love is syndicated all over the world. More than just advising on your penchant for placing pubic hair on public toilets (spoiler alert: don't do that) Dan Savage and husband Terry Miller created the It Gets Better Project, a worldwide movement that began with a single YouTube video inspiring LGBT youth who have experienced or are experiencing bullying. The project aims to prevent teen suicides caused by bullying by providing hope and support. The project is a success with videos being viewed over 50 million times. This event is part of the Coast's 20th anniversary celebrations. —Stephanie Johns

Venue Details

  • Spatz Theatre

    1855 Trollope Street, Halifax Downtown

    6 events 30 articles
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