Here’s a selection of LGBTQ haggadot and supplements that can be easily downloaded and brought to your seder table. While all of these resources provide lots of LGBTQ material, some may be more appropriate for your seder. If you’re interested in crafting your own seder, consider any haggadah designed to be “open source,” which will easily allow you to skip or add sections. If you’re looking for a more conventional seder that simply includes LGBTQ content, look for a haggadah that describes itself as “traditional.”
If you use any of them, let us know how it went.
Still not sure that these haggadot are right for you? Try making your own! Head over to haggadot.com to assemble various sections into a haggadah that works perfectly for your seder! There’s an entire section on “Identity, Social Justice, LGBTQ” with resources you can include.
Plus, you can join in the work on The Neverending Haggadah–”the world’s largest crowd-sourced haggadah!” Add your story to the growing number of modern twists on an ancient tale.
Finally, check out Seder2015. It’s a beautiful new digital platform intended to “revitalize the Passover experience.” You can download haggadot, recipes, and more. And we’re really excited that our “Four Allies” haggadah insert is part of Seder2015.