On the horrific stabbings at Jerusalem Pride

On the horrific stabbings at Jerusalem Pride today by the same evildoer who did it 10 years ago: “This violence aimed at LGBTQ people is a sin. This is baseless hatred, not religion. The responsibility for the stabbings aimed at the life of every LGBTQ person is on the shoulders of Ultra Orthodox Jewish leaders and any religious person that teaches that persecution is acceptable in God’s eyes. My prayer today, as the leader of Congregation Kol Ami in Los Angeles where all are welcome, is for God to heal those wounded in today’s stabbings and that the perpetrator be stopped from harming anyone ever again. May the God of justice be reflected in all our lives” – Rabbi Denise L. Eger

Confronting Generational Tensions to Build Our Badass Jewish Feminist Future

I am a feminist.  That means I try to promote women and access by women to great jobs, great education, and full liberty and equality in my faith and in civil society.  It doesn’t mean – I hate men.  I love men! I care about men. I want them to care about me too.  Feminism is a lens with which to view the world and throw off the oppressive stereotypes that still abound about the female gender.  This is a terrific article from Lillth Magazine and Erica Brody that I am glad to be quoted in.

 

 

Confronting Generational Tensions to Build Our Badass Jewish Feminist Future.

Jewish community reacts to the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage | Nation | Jewish Journal

 

 

See mu we my comments on our big win at the Supreme Court  Amazing Love does win  and Justice too!

 

Jewish community reacts to the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage | Nation | Jewish Journal.