If queer Jewish women feel excluded from the larger Jewish community then they should take action, not wait to be invited, argues A.J. Campbell.
The Texas attorney general asked the state’s Supreme Court on Friday to revoke a marriage license issued a day earlier to two women, arguing the move violated a decade-old state ban against gay marriage and could cause legal chaos.
A Texas county issued a marriage license to a same-sex couple on Thursday, the first legal certification for a gay couple in the state since its voters about a decade ago approved a measure defining marriage as only being between a man and a woman.
J.E. Reich asks why queer women have a harder time obtaining and maintaining “safe spaces” than queer men in the Jewish community?
Rachel Timoner has been named senior rabbi at Congregation Beth Elohim, replacing Andy Bachmann at the helm of the prominent Brooklyn Reform synagogue, the Forward has learned.
Rabbi Deborah Waxman has been many firsts. Now she has become the first lesbian woman to lead a Jewish congregational institution.
A government rabbinic court in Jerusalem has issued an order prohibiting a woman from bringing her children to meet her female romantic partner.
An out lesbian and relentless advocate for Israel, Toronto reporter Sue-Ann Levy’s scoops on corruption and cronyism have made her an idol and a punching bag.
A prominent Israeli rabbi has said Jewish law forbids renting an apartment to lesbians. Sigal Samuel says this ruling harms not only the LGBT community, but all minorities.
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.