Each June people across the world celebrate LGBTQ Pride. As LGBTQ Jews and allies, we are proud of our own identities and those of our loved ones. Whether you are looking for a Pride Shabbat service, a fabulous Jewish sign to hold in a Pride Parade, or just want some inspiration, you’ve come to the right place!
Signs and Stickers
Check out these LGBT Jewish Pride events happening across the United States (and a few in Canada too!)! Are we missing your event? Add it here.
Click on the sticker you want to download. Grab a page of 2×4 mailing labels and print out a full sheet of stickers!
Post this graphic on your website or blog. Right-click and choose “Save image as.”
Click on any of the posters below to download a PDF file that you can print at any print shop! All posters are 12″ x 18″ and can be printed on paper, vinyl, or coroplast (a hard plastic) for around $20.
Who doesn’t love a nice Jewish boy/girl/queer?
The Keshet blog will be filled with Pride posts though out June. We’re kicking off the series with this post by the recent president of Tufts Hillel, Jordan Dashow.
One quick and easy way to signal your institution welcomes transgender and gender nonconforming Jews is to make your restrooms all gender. Download these “All-Gender Bathroom” signs. They can be adapted and posted near permanent all-gender bathrooms, or near facilities that have been temporarily converted to all-gender bathrooms for a specific event.
What do you say to your son when he comes out at Shabbat dinner? Watch this to see how one family responds.
Pride is a great time to think about LGBT inclusion! But what is your Jewish community doing to be LGBTQ inclusive year-round?
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