Only three gay Israeli couples have been able to adopt since 2008, even though 550 have asked.
Between the rising number of Randalls in American Jewish families, and my various interviewees’ comments about their own experiences, the Jewish community still has some learning to do
It’s not often we get an ‘aww’ moment courtesy of Sarah Silverman. The comedian took to Twitter to share a video of her sister, Rabbi Susan Silverman, greeting her adoptive son for the first time.
Albert Stern was adopted into an Orthodox Jewish family. When he underwent DNA testing, what he found out about his birth mother wasn’t what he expected.
Rachel Landes was adopted into a Brooklyn half-Jewish family. For a long time, she ignored her Chinese heritage — until her sister convinced her to go on a trip to China.
Proposed Israeli law would make it easier for gay couples to engage surrogate mothers to bear their children.
A new bill would allow non-Orthodox Israeli parents to adopt non-Jewish children.
When you cannot conceive, the last thing you want to hear is: So, are you pregnant yet? Jennifer Gilmore has written the response, in the form of a novel.
Tens of thousands of people, some denouncing President Vladimir Putin as a “child-killer”, marched through Moscow on Sunday to protest against a ban on Americans adopting Russian children.
It was easy for Susan Armitage to pick out prospective American adoptive parents in Russia. Those families, Jews and non-Jews, now face heartbreak.