Lander Grinspoon Academy in Northampton, Massachusetts will host a book reading by local drag queen Jenayah De Rosario as part of “Sparkle Havdalah.”
The heartbroken parents of Blaze Bernstein say his brutal murder should be investigated as an anti-gay hate crime.
Many Jews, especially in the Orthodox world, feel that inclusivity is not such a simple change — not when it conflicts with Jewish law.
Gay men’s blood will have to be tested twice, but donors will not have to be celibate for a year, like they do in the United States.
Some rabbis say keeping Chai Feldblum on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is “akin to putting an avid hunter on the board of PETA.”
Israel’s consul to Istanbul claims that the Jewish community won’t invite him to events or give him Torah honors at synagogue because he is gay.
Why are we so afraid to say something so obvious out loud? How will our children know how important this is if we are too afraid to say it?
“I put it to the back of my mind, because I wanted to belong to these organizations. I sort of rationalized it, and then I sort of dismissed it.”
Levinson made history in the gay-rights struggle when he wrote an opinion that said it was discriminatory not to let same-sex couples marry.
An Alabama Chief Justice has compared Nazi Germany’s systematic murder of six million Jews to legalizing gay marriage.