Many Jews, especially in the Orthodox world, feel that inclusivity is not such a simple change — not when it conflicts with Jewish law.
From pinkwashing to pride, “A Queer Country” explores the spectrum of the LGBTQ experience in Israel.
While you were deciphering Taylor Swift music videos and drafting your fantasy football teams, Billy Eichner was quietly taking over pop culture.
Three Brooklyn judges granted Weisberger the “right to express [herself] freely.”
“I think it’s a great thing for the Jewish world that people who are not LGBT will walk through the doors of Sha’ar Zahav and celebrate its history.”
The “Zioness” group was ostracized at the Chicago feminist rally — but according to some, they never wanted to fully participate in the first place.
Both the Israeli government and President Trump would do well to remember the simply Boy Scouts question: what family values really matter?
“this makes me so damn sad,” one person tweeted in response.
The Star of David holds much more value for our people than serving as the center of Israel’s flag: it means being unapologetically, publicly Jewish.
The Chicago Dyke March has distracted Jews from addressing the occupation, forcing us instead to defend our right to be visible in progressive causes.