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Nessel, who grew up attending the Reform congregation Temple Kol Ami in West Bloomfield Township, in the Detroit metropolitan area, traces many of her values back to Judaism.
Signaling a red line on how far Modern Orthodoxy is prepared to bend to adjust to societal changes, a liberal New York City seminary will not ordain an openly gay student.
The survey of over 70 parents, the vast majority of whom are Modern Orthodox, found that they all supported a change in how the Orthodox community. relates to LGBTQ Jews.
Depuis le meurtre de la jeune Shira Banki lors de la Gay Pride 2015, les organisations LGBT profitent d’un plus large consensus au sein de la population et misent sur le dialogue tous azimuts
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
“I have known I am genderqueer for almost two years,” Star told me. “I remember discovering the term ‘genderqueer’ and thinking, ‘Hey! That’s me.’”
By TAMAR BEERI
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
A state-launched plan included the opening of additional AIDS testing centers, distribution of prophylactics and media campaigns on the Internet.
Israeli statistics on AIDS show there is no justification for policy, lawmaker says.
Presently, adoption is open for Israelis in only three countries: Russia, two Muslim republics formerly part of the Soviet Union, and all three countries forbid gays from adopting.
By PEGGY CIDOR
The Women’s Gathering’s new monthly lecture series tackles LGBT life-cycle issues.
A meeting on LGBT issues makes history in Jerusalem.
The Jewish Agency will become the first state body to help gay couples with surrogacy costs in light of ongoing ineligibility of gay couples for surrogacy in Israel.
By JEREMY SHARON
Sammy Kanter was thrown out of Ben Yehuda Pizza by an employee after affirming that he was gay.
By ZACK EVANS
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