“Love is love,” President Obama tweeted in response to the recent Supreme Court decision. But in Israel, love is not love because love is held hostage by archaic marriage and divorce laws.
The name that keeps coming up when Orthodox Jewish groups consider the consequences of last week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision extending same-sex marriage rights to all states has little to do with Jews or gays.
Eliyahu Fink has been mocked by fellow Orthodox Jews for supporting marriage equality. He explains why he cheers the Supreme Court’s decision, even though he would not perform a gay wedding ceremony.
Israel is often marketed as the LGBT Jewish paradise. But Jonathan Katz says the Supreme Court’s gay marriage ruling cements his belief that the queer space most worth investing in is here at home.
Jewish groups have been quick to celebrate the landmark Supreme Court decision making gay marriage legal in all 50 states. But despite the mostly positive vibe, some still have reservations.
The Supreme Court’s Justice Anthony Kennedy issued a clarion call for equality in his decision upholding gay marriage. He’s not one of the three Jewish justices, but Jay Michaelson explains why his ruling offers such a profoundly Jewish lesson.
The Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage from coast to coast. Here’s how Jewish celebrities reacted to the historic news.
The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the U.S. Constitution provides same-sex couples the right to marry, handing a historic triumph to the American gay rights movement.
The Supreme Court’s dilly-dallying and uncertainty when it comes to gay marriage legalization is disappointing to some and highly disconcerting to others. Lior Zaltzman thanks the justice gods that we have Ruth Bader Ginsburg to set things straight.
If Avi Shafran were a bakery owner, he would refuse to make a wedding cake for two grooms. He says the Constitution enshrines his right to do so, even if most Americans think otherwise.