The Orthodox Jewish nonprofit JONAH, which purports to help gay men become heterosexual, is operating in Israel after it was ordered closed by a court in New Jersey.
Banning an organization from a queer conference or protesting its reception may have been disruptive, Scout Bratt writes. But why are we so afraid of disruption?
Days after 200 anti-Israel demonstrators forcibly shut down a reception at the National LGBTQ Task Force’s Creating Change conference, a group of American LGBT activists, both Jewish and non-Jewish, condemned the protesters’ behavior as “unacceptable and not in accord with the Task Force’s values of pluralism, inclusivity and thoughtful debate.”
The GLAAD Awards nominees are here and the Jews have a strong presence in the television and music categories. Here are four things you need to know about the 27th edition of the awards, which recognizes LGBT representations in the media.
Days after hundreds of pro-Palestinian protesters at the National LGBTQ Task Force’s Creating Change conference attempted to disrupt a reception featuring Israeli LGBT activists, the American gay rights organization said it “wholeheartedly condemns anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic statements made at any Task Force event.”
From the activists wishing Jews gone from Israel to the activists wishing gay people dead in Gaza, we’re all making the Mideast crisis worse with our rhetoric, Jay Michaelson writes.
Hundreds of protesters sought to disrupt a Shabbat service and reception for Jewish participants at a gay activism conference in Chicago
When Rafi Daugherty went to the hospital for the birth of his first child, he posted a sign on the delivery room door.
After a group with Israel ties got booted from — and then welcomed back into — a LGBTQ conference, pro-Israel and anti-Israel Jews alike feel wronged.
The National LGBTQ Task Force has reversed its decision to remove from its conference schedule a reception hosted by a U.S. organization with a Jerusalem advocacy group.