Savage, a syndicated sex-advice columnist, takes on the issue of gay marriage and makes it personal in this rollicking memoir of coming to terms with the very public act of marriage.Savage, a syndicated sex-advice columnist, takes on the issue of gay marriage and makes it personal in this rollicking memoir of coming to terms with the very public act of marriage.Read Less
Brand New. Hardcover. Brand new, not a used item. Please no orders from Tennessee. There is no hotter issue than gay marriage in the culture-war debate, and Dan Savage, one of America's most outspoken and beloved columnists, takes it on and makes it personal in this rollicking memoir of coming to terms with the very public act of marriage. What he discovers will make readers-gay or straight, right or left, single or married-howl with laughter as well as rethink their notions of marriage and all that it entails.
New in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. AUTOGRAPHED AND REMARQUED WITH A PIECE OF CAKE AT DAN SAVAGES' COMMITTMENT CEREMONY. Glued binding. Paper over boards. With dust jacket. 291 p. Audience: General/trade.
As the hoopla over gay marriage abounds in the United States and with Canada legalizes gay marriage, Dan and Terry wonder if they should tie the knot. And really, is marriage necessary to a family that has already proved itself to be a solid unit?
Again, Savage make many good points about marriage, pro and con, as he and his boyfriend Terry frantically wonder if living in sin is harming their son in anyway. Quoting pop culture sources as well as ancient texts such as the Bible, Savage traces marriage throughout it's different incarnations and forms, and whether or not tying the knot is really all that important.
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