Further, Savage suggests that "heterosexuals...should learn to behave more like homosexuals--and gay males in particular. What this means is that they should re-examine their ideas about fidelity." In other words, he believes gay men have figured out what works best in relationships, where monogamy is concerned, and straight couples should consider following the example set by them. Based on previous posts I've written on this subject, you already know his advice doesn't sit well with me and my partner, Chris.
According to the article, "...Dan Savage's many critics point out, it's absurd to suggest that heterosexual couples should behave more like homosexuals." Andrew Marshall, in How Can I Ever Trust You Again?: From Infidelity to Recovery in Seven Steps, confirms this. In his experience, '...infidelity doesn't necessarily work for gay couples, either. "What tends to happen is that they have a don't ask/don't tell policy, but someone invariably ends up getting jealous. Or else they have sex with everyone apart from each other and drift into a sibling relationship."'
(All quotes are from page B7 in the aforementioned article.)