Dan Savage Quotes and its meanings

Dan Savage has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

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What are the top most famous quotes by Dan Savage?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Dan Savage.

  • The only way to get gay issues off the front pages of Canadian newspapers is to grant gay and lesbian people our full civil equality and leave it alone.
  • I think the best thing for you to do is just live your life. Live a life that's worth living, one where you do what you want to do, pursue your passions. That way, if you meet someone, they'll be joining a life that's already really good.
  • Christmas can have a real melancholy aspect, 'cause it packages itself as this idea of perfect family cohesion and love, and you're always going to come up short when you measure your personal life against the idealized personal lives that are constantly thrust in our faces, primarily by TV commercials.
  • My dad was a homicide cop in the gay neighborhood in the city when gay neighborhoods were desperate, depressing, sad places run by the mob. The only gay people he'd met when I came out to him were corpses.
  • Ultimately life is disease, death and oblivion. It's still better than high school.
  • The bullied straight kid goes home to a shoulder to cry on and support and can talk freely about his experience at school and why he's being bullied. I couldn't go home and open up to my parents.
  • I didn't want kids to think that to be happy, they had to be famous or rich or live in the big city.
  • A huge part of what animates homophobia among young people is paranoia and fear of their own capacity to be gay themselves.
  • One man's blasphemy doesn't override other people's free-speech rights, their freedom to publish, freedom of thought.
  • I don't think that sin and pursuing happiness are not necessarily the same thing.