A retrospective of the artist’s work is on display at MoMA PS1 until Oct. 11.
“What we’re hoping to do is give people one version of what it means to live Jewishly in connection to the land.”
Yeshiva University’s approach to sexual harassment and LGBTQ issues is antithetical to Jewish values and has consequences for all students.
The judge denied a request by YU to dismiss the case, and oral arguments will begin this fall.
“Pride is also a Yizkor.”
Some LGBTQ Jews say they feel pressured to renounce their attachment to Israel.
For all of us, sometimes the story we don’t think to look for is the one we most need to see.
As Conservative rabbis have embraced the practice of performing LGBTQ marriage, it appears the Modern Orthodox movement may be next.
The first known LGBTQ synagogue was formed 51 years ago, when the House of David and Jonathan held services in the upstairs of a Brooklyn church during the fall of 1970. At the time, Rabbi Herbert Katz told the newspaper GAY that most of his fellow clergy denied that there were any gay Jews. And with little support from New York City’s organized Jewish community, the experiment lasted less than two months.
“If people wanted to be out, the only place they could be respected was the queer community.”