Dan Savage

subject of the documentary 'Do I Sound Gay?'

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One on the subjects of the documentary Do I Sound Gay?; activist, author, and writer of the syndicated love and sex column "Savage Love"

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What exactly does it mean to “sound” gay? A new documentary explores the stereotype of the “gay voice.”

'Do I Sound Gay?'

What exactly does it mean to “sound” gay? A new documentary explores the stereotype of the “gay voice.”

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