Trembling Before Frogs

Passover is the Jewish community’s celebration of our liberation from slavery. Each year we recall our exodus from bondage and rejoice in our freedom from oppression. We also recognize that we are not entirely free until every human being is free, free from tyranny, free from prejudice, free from discrimination, and free to pursue the fullness of life. There is now an attempt to amend the Constitution of the United States of America in such a way that it would preclude basic civil rights from the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members of our community. We, all leaders in the Jewish community, deplore such an attempt and instead urge the president and members of Congress to protect the freedom of all that we might all celebrate our freedom together.

Over 120 Rabbis and Jewish Leaders from across the US have signed on to PFLAG’s (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Passover Petition for Marriage Equality.

12 thoughts on “Trembling Before Frogs

  1. The JEWISH definition of marriage is, one JEWISH man and one JEWISH woman.
    What the goyim do is their own business.

  2. I dont like Lesbians and Gays….but as the other said ….I dont care what they do as they do not disturb my life….
    I think that god will judge them…..

  3. you know that its halachically illegal for 2 people of the same sex to have sexual relations? so obvioulsy that paragraph thing is wrong

  4. it’s not halachically illegal for two people of the same sex to have sexual relations; that’s based entirely on interpretation, and you can interpret anything you want to from the torah [or king james bible or koran or u.s. constitution] if you try hard enough.
    as for supporting gay marriage only if both chicks are hot, right on – and i support heterosexual marriage only if both people are hot [so i can objectify them]. seriously, heteros can be real hot but i don’t want to have to see the ugly ones.. you know how straight folks are always reproducing, i hate that shjt.
    anyway, plenty of us queers don’t want to be able to marry – we just don’t like getting killed, harassed, turned down for dates, etc [just like us jews don’t like having those things done]. pretty basic, really…

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