Matthew Schultz asks why “choice” is a relevant question in the movement for LGBTQ rights.
The students, especially LGBT+ individuals, feel like they have no one to turn to in Israel
Several members waved the Jewish Pride flag, which had been banned from the Chicago and D.C. Dyke Marches.
As raucous as this Sunday’s Gay Pride Parade will be, the one that happened six years ago was especially fabulous. Just days before, the Supreme Court had overturned the Defense of Marriage Act, the law forbidding LGBTQ people to marry.
On the anniversary of Juneteenth and the Stonewall Riots, Jews must remember that LGBTQ Jews and Jews of Color must be welcomed to our community.
As we fight the violent bigots on the far right, it is disheartening that those who purport to be more welcoming are closing their doors to us.
Recognizing the complexity of the Israel-Palestine conflict, the Dyke March should be both pro-Israel and pro-Palestine.
Growing up Jewish and gay, Peter Fox now feels welcome at the Celebrate Israel Parade.
After winning a court case against a discriminatory pizza shop, this Rabbinical student has grown to better appreciate Israel.
British yeshivas are refusing to have mention of LGBTQ people in their curriculum. It’s a disservice to their students.