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[pullquote align=right] While many cities held annual LGBTQ Pride parades, some held “anti-sharia” protests. [/pullquote]Queer AND religious. Two facts of my identity that live in
Two trans Jewish activists respond to Benay Lappe’s comments on the Judaism Unbound podcast that erased trans women of color in the gay movement.
Aaron’s sons wore aprons with rhinestones all over them. But were they sexist? Find out with this week’s Drag Torah Tetzaveh! [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ae2PcrNSYHM&w=560&h=315]
It feels like every day there’s another attack on the Jewish community. Another cemetery with overturned headstones in the news, another slew of bomb threats
Fun fact: ridiculously long fingernails are terrible for typing, but great for studying Torah! This week I go on a bit of a rant. I
This week in Parshat Veyetze: What happens when you have a family emergency and eight of your in-laws come to your house for a week?
Rabbi Magz discusses centralizing the values of romance, radical hospitality, and reconciliation–even in the face of death and potential strife. Brilliant! And so very important
(Please note, I filmed this before the election.) In this week’s drag Torah, we tackle age old questions like: Were Abraham and Sarah the first
This morning Suzie looked at me with tears in her eyes and said, “What are we going to do?” So this is what I said to her.