Never did I dare to admit that I enjoyed kissing a boy. That wasn’t acceptable — hooking up was something I was supposed to regret.10
The annual fête with a great cause is organized by an internationally acclaimed charity — and a former yeshiva boy from Englewood, New Jersey.
Israel today is a nuclear power with a thriving economy, and Diaspora Jews experience unprecedented social acceptance, political power, and wealth. Yet across the political spectrum, Jews are increasingly divided over how to respond to a wide variety of perceived crises.
In the Jewish world, cantors are often regarded as second-class members of the clergy, if they are regarded as clergy at all.3
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