Savage and Miller were married on December 9, 2012 at Seattle City Hall, opened on Sunday especially for the purpose of hosting the first same-sex weddings in Washington state, with Seattle Mayor Mike Mc Ginn and others in attendance.

Letters from the Earth (2003), also at Consolidated Works, was Savage's last production.

In addition to writing a weekly column and four books, Savage has been involved in several other projects.

He also registered and participated in the caucus, which was illegal, as Savage was not an Iowa resident.

He was charged and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of fraudulent voting in a caucus, and was sentenced to a year's probation, 50 hours of community service, and a $750 fine.

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.

He has opposed Rick Santorum's views on homosexuality. Club (which publishes his column) that he began the column with the express purpose of providing mocking advice to heterosexuals, since most straight advice columnists were "clueless" when responding to letters from gay people. " at the beginning of each printed letter as a salutation." He has written in a number of columns about "straight rights" concerns, such as the HPV vaccine and the morning-after pill.

He has made several controversial public statements in various media, often lambasting people with whom he disagrees. In his November 9, 2005, column he wrote that "[t]he right-wingers and the fundies and the sex-phobes don't just have it in for the queers.

He often returns calls to questioners who give their phone numbers, and such phone calls are part of the podcast.