In 2016, he was the first guest of Twice Removed, a family history podcast hosted by AJ Jacobs.In the episode, Savage's lineage was traced to Nan Britton, Paul Popham, and others.There are frequent guest co-hosts, all of them sex-positive.
The Savage Lovecast is a weekly audio podcast based on the column Savage Love, available via i Tunes and at the Strangers website for free download.
It features Savage answering anonymous questions left by callers on a voice recorder (answering machine).
Winning submissions are shown in theaters around the United States, providing a unique experience as straight, gay male, bi, lesbian, and fetish porn are all shown together, one after another.
Savage publicly destroys the submissions after conclusion of the festival.
The project encourages adults, both LGBT and otherwise, to submit videos assuring gay teenagers that life can improve after bullying in early life.
Savage has always been pro-pornography, especially Internet pornography.
He is now the editorial director of the weekly Seattle newspaper The Stranger, a promotion from his former position as The Stranger Savage stars in Savage U on MTV, contributes frequently to This American Life and Out magazine, and acts as a "Real Time Real Reporter" on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher.
He has also made multiple appearances on MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann and CNN's Anderson Cooper 360, to discuss LGBT political issues, such as same-sex marriage and Don't Ask Don't Tell. , a documentary film by David Thorpe about stereotypes of gay men's speech patterns.
In 2010, Savage and his husband, Terry Miller, began the It Gets Better Project to help prevent suicide among LGBT youth.
He has also worked as a theater director, sometimes credited as Keenan Hollahan.
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