By Melanie Weiss
Personal narrative from a Jewishly involved young gay woman who wants to raise her children Jewish, but isn’t concerned about interdating.
By The Jewish Outreach Institute
Professional view from the Jewish Outreach Institute (JOI) about their efforts to "open up" the American Jewish community to make it more welcoming for interfaith families, and their recent work at the General Assembly meeting of the United
By Ronnie Friedland
Review of Bonnie Burt’s My Sister, My Bride, a documentary about the love and marriage of a Jewish lesbian couple.
By Gail Quets
Review of The Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family Life: An InterfaithFamily.com Handbook, edited by Ronnie Friedland and Edmund Case, about the variety of experiences of interfaith families and how they experience Judaism.
By Johanna Hammer
Before, Christmas had been entirely self-indulgent, an orgy of good tidings and cheer that my Jewish partner had lovingly enabled. Suddenly this year, every decoration suddenly took on the weight of the added burden of "meaning" through my son's eyes.
By Anthony Johnson
As I laughed at the jokes and yelled at Haman, I realized something--I was fitting in. The folks in that room were as passionate as I was about reconciling their religion with their sexuality. I was at a Jewish event, but I was surrounded by other queers and we were having a blast.
By Matthew Scott
One doesn't really run into Jewish folks too often growing up in rural Indiana; one certainly doesn't get an idea of the ins and outs of Jewish culture or food.
By Ren Faught
The daughter of an interfaith family who was not raised as a Jew discusses the importance of the Hebrew name she picked when she converted.
By Jo Ellen Green Kaiser
She got involved in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender synagogue because she loves liturgy--and found a community committed to including her interfaith, straight family.
By Julie Wiener
It's easier to be a non-Jew raising Jewish children when your partner is a Jewish mother.