Israel is the world’s seventh-best country for gay men, according to a poll of 115,000 gay men in 127 countries.
Leslea Newman’s iconic picture book “Heather Has Two Mommies” had a simple beginning. 25 years later, it has become an icon of LGBT-themed literature.
What meaning does the elusive holiday of L’ag B’Omer have for us? Abigail Pogrebin writes it’s a holiday that celebrates respect for fellow Jews, a quality that can be in short supply these days.
Can you support Ted Cruz because of his firm defense of Israel, even if you hate his social politics? Calls to boycott two gay businessmen who did just that suggest the answer is no — but why?
Meet Dr. Alison Feit, who uses her training as a psychoanalyst and knowledge of Orthodox culture to provide guidance to teens struggling with their sexuality in difficult environments.
A group of modern Orthodox rabbis have done what advocates for Orthodox gays and lesbians say would have been unthinkable as recently as five years ago: They spoke at a conference on the treatment of gay, lesbian and transgender people in Orthodox communities.
Jews are overwhelmingly supportive of same-sex marriage, according to a new survey by the Public Religion Research Institute.
A Baptist pastor who has said that homosexuality is “destructive” and that gays are “separate from God” declined an honor from the Jewish National Fund’s Atlanta chapter because of protests.
The Jewish National Fund is honoring Charles Stanley, an anti-gay pastor. Jay Michaelson says that’s not shocking given the growing alliance between pro-Israel and evangelical Christians.
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.