A portrait of Israeli people, told through food
Dear President Trump, As a Jew, as a rabbi, as a gay man, I have something to say to you: you don’t know me, but...
An Inauguration Weekend event brings together people targeted by hostile groups
Israeli filmmaker Gal Uchovsky to take part of "Meet the Change Makers" series
The Washington Jewish Music Festival strives to broaden the concept in a global, all-encompassing context
Portraying Maura Pfefferman changed the way Jeffrey Tambor thinks about acting, tolerance and love
International Jewish organization affirms the rights of transgender individuals
Noah Galvin and David Windsor get real about their new -- and very funny -- gay-focused sitcom, The Real O'Neals.
In what has been dubbed an “historic” move, an Israeli LGBT rights organization has petitioned the country’s High Court in an effort to legalize same-sex marriage....
Rabbi Gil Steinlauf and Arthur Slepian on the divide between secular and Orthodox Israel
Attack prompts Israel lawmaker to come out as "it is no longer possible to remain silent"
NPR's Ari Shapiro has found the perfect side-career as a singer with the stylish lounge group Pink Martini
Last fall, Rabbi Gil Steinlauf of Adas Israel Synagogue sent an email to his congregation. He told them he was gay. (And it was good.)
LGBT and Jewish groups blast clothing store for selling tapestry bearing Holocaust symbol
Two decades after his magnum opus "Angels in America," Tony Kushner continues to expound on gay topics