An Alabama Chief Justice has compared Nazi Germany’s systematic murder of six million Jews to legalizing gay marriage — and the state’s rabbis are none too pleased.
The Orthodox conversation over the Supreme Court’s gay marriage ruling has been dominated by rabbis. But Ysoscher Katz says that what we really need is a rebbe.
The thrilling victory of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling last Friday was a huge step forward, says LGBT activist Idit Klein. But as discrimination persists, we must say “Lo Dayenu” — It is not enough.
At New York’s Pride parade, a fringe Orthodox group paid Mexican laborers to dress like Jews and hold up anti-gay signs. There’s a name for that, Sigal Samuel writes. It’s called ethnic drag.
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 legalized same-sex marriage from coast to coast. Here’s how Jewish celebrities reacted to the historic news.
In honor of Pride Month, we have a list of some of the best Jewish LGBT music and movies. From camp and glamorous to heart-breaking, prepare for an emotional roller-coaster.
“Larry Kramer In Love & Anger,” which premieres on HBO next week, is a ‘warts and all’ biography about one of the pioneers of AIDS activism.