As more Israeli gay men become fathers, parenthood is emerging as the great gay equalizer
Rokhl’s Golden City: The story of German sex researcher Magnus Hirschfeld, an early activist for gay rights and founder of a clinic performing gender-affirming surgeries a full century ago, before the Nazis targeted him and his work
In a roundtable discussion about the state of the American Jewish community, talking about progress, the barriers that remain, and the problem with ‘inclusion’
In Jerusalem, Shabbat Shelach maintains a focus on both queer identity and religious practice
Donor discrimination has deep roots in antisemitism
How Mike Moskowitz became LGBTQ Jews’ ‘radical progressive’ Orthodox advocate
It’s not true, and betrays the reality of historical suffering
Pop star Sarit Hadad’s new video revealed her relationship with another woman. But the public reaction revealed much more about Israeli attitudes, particularly regarding the Mizrahi community.
My grandmother’s positive outlook—despite all she’d been through—helped me endure years of bullying
The Rev. Troy Perry founded the Metropolitan Community Church more than 50 years ago. While the demographics have shifted and the challenges have evolved, Perry and the church are still on a mission to serve LGBTQ congregants around the world.
A new crop of gay performers draws followers to their adult content—and then leads them into discussions of everything from antisemitism to politics to spirituality
Berlin’s Neue Synagogue draws an unusually diverse crowd—but that’s been true since it opened more than 150 years ago
Polish-born Chawa Zloczewer immigrated to America in 1912 and became Eve Adams, a radical activist and author of the book ‘Lesbian Love.’ But, as a new biography explains, she was under constant surveillance by the government—until she was jailed on obscenity charges and deported back to Europe, where she was murdered in Auschwitz.
Martin Duberman distorts the life and work of a pioneering feminist genius to make her more pleasing
How nonbinary Jews navigate gendered spaces
Debates around gender identity go back to Talmudic times
For queer kids, summer without camp can be particularly tough
After years of confusion around my gender identity and sexuality, I realized I wasn’t gay or bisexual, or a man or a woman. And as I led my congregation through Yom Kippur services, I finally showed up as myself.
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