In Jewish tradition, this is a story about hospitality, not sex.
Kaplan has always wanted to be in the good fight — and she’s on the brink of the fight of her life.
LGBTQ+ rights advocates immediately condemned the statement, including Jewish LGBTQ+ thought leaders, activists, and rabbis.
I may not be proud of being white, but it doesn’t matter how I feel about it.
“We still have a long way to go to heal the world in terms of how LGBT people have been treated and continue to be treated.”
“They didn’t just provide a place for us to live. They gave us a space to heal from our trauma. We felt very supported. It really felt like a family.”
It’s a ‘cumming of age ceremony’ (their words, not ours).
Bring on the bible songs and weed!
Students who helped organize the LGBTQ march characterized the denial as retribution for staging the march.
Matthew Schultz asks why “choice” is a relevant question in the movement for LGBTQ rights.