BLOG | October 1, 2014
I have said the words of the Yom Kippur Vidui many times, always awkwardly aware that most of the list of sins did not apply to me. I never thought I would come to embrace its awkwardness, and I certainly never imagined that it could guide me towards making decisions I was afraid to make.
BLOG | September 19, 2014
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BLOG | August 12, 2014
I was staring at my computer screen and trying to decide what in the Jewish wedding I think is particularly Jewish and what might be universal ...
BLOG | July 23, 2014
BLOG | July 15, 2014
My first Taharah, ritual purification, was a trial of courage for me. I stepped in with little preparation, and it was new to me.
BLOG | June 13, 2014
We shared ideas for new rituals and prayers and worked together in hevrutah (with partners) to create new additions that honor, celebrate, and offer support for the experiences of transgender and genderqueer people.