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.
What happens when you combine a deep-in-the-heart-of-Dixie battle over same-sex marriage and a synagogue determined to take a stand for equality?
Mike Huckabee thinks that forcing people to accept gay marriage is like ‘asking somebody who’s Jewish to start serving bacon-wrapped shrimp.’ Jon Stewart disagrees.
Reform and Orthodox groups had opposite takes on the Supreme Court decision not to hear gay marriage cases, effectively extending the right to a majority of the states.
With the latest court victory for same-sex marriage, Jay Michaelson assesses what has changed in society’s thinking about LGBT people — and why it matters to all Jews.
This weekend, Tania Ward and Nicola Pettit will become one of the first same-sex couples to legally marry in Britain — and get a Jewish wedding blessing in shul.
Duncan McAlpine Sennett isn’t your average bar mitzvah boy. The Portland teen took to the bimah to make an impassioned plea for gay marriage equality.
Jewish leaders in Oregon protested the use of an analogy about a Jewish business serving neo-Nazis to make a point about whether businesses should have to serve same-sex weddings.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg became the first Supreme Court justice to preside over a same-sex marriage.