Tag Archives: LGBT
I don’t know about you but I will not be watching the Winter Olympics when they begin next week. I was going back and forth about this issue, however the Russian crackdown on LGBTQ people is just too much. Here is … Continue reading →
June has arrived. Many anticipate that some time this month (probably on a Monday or any day the last week of the month) the Supreme Court will issue rulings on Proposition 8 and DOMA. Confused about what the possible outcome(s) … Continue reading →
The governor is set to sign the bill tomorrow afternoon making Minnesota the 12th state (13 places when you include Washington, DC) where the freedom to marry exists.
As we await news from the Supreme Court decision, I’ve prepared a psalm interpretation. You can find it here on the California Faith for Equality blog. Please share! (with appropriate citation)
It has been quite a week. For me personally and our country as the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in both the Prop 8 and DOMA cases. (You can read my report from DC here) Oh yeah and it is … Continue reading →
It is somewhat difficult to reflect on all that transpired in the last 36 hours. There have been many other times in my life when I felt that my feet were praying, as Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel describes, but this … Continue reading →
On Friday night I was asked to speak about the freedom to marry at Congregation Kol Ami. My sermon can be found here. I hope others will speak on similar themes in the coming weeks as our nation prepares for … Continue reading →