Sephardic and Mizrahi queer Jews face the fear of rejection from their communities. One young man is determined to change that.
“So, are you religious?”
Hebrew, at its core, is a gendered language — a fact that can present problems for Israel’s LGBTQ community.
When reporting on the stabbing attack at Jerusalem’s gay pride parade, several ultra-Orthodox outlets abandoned both journalistic standards and Jewish ethics, Rachel Benaim writes. How can we view them as reputable news sources?
In general Judaism’s attitude toward alcohol has served Rachel Delia Beinam well, but when it comes to drinking wine with non-Jews things can get complicated.
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.
Rachel Delia Benaim graduated from Yeshiva University with honors. But she’s not apologizing for her failure to attain the qualification that some hold in the highest esteem: the ‘Mrs.’ degree.
Why was a Chabad woman ignored when she tried to warn her fellow passengers about a possible airplane malfunction? Rachel Benaim says the reason may not be what you think.
Rachel Delia Benaim dons her reporter’s cap to get through dull dates. But what happens when the dude across the table mistakes her coping mechanism for a love connection?
2014’s favorite ‘Frozen’ Jewish princess, Idina Menzel, has teamed up with Michael Bublé to cover the holiday favorite, ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside.’