Dan Savage: America's ethicist

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There's a fascinating article in the current issue of Washington Monthly arguing that "foul-mouthed" Dan Savage — who has been Metro Times' sex advice columnist for a decade —  has become one of the most important ethicists in America. It's a well-written, 5,000-word-plus article showing how, even as American's sexual mores change and become more open, the ethical underpinnings have only become more important. Have a look.

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