Coming Out

Coming out takes courage and resilience. And every person’s journey is unique. As we work to ensure that all LGBTQ Jews and our families are treated with dignity, respect, and full equality, we hope you will be inspired by these resources that explore the struggles and celebrations of coming out to our families, friends, rabbis, teachers, mentors, and other people in Jewish life.

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WAYS TO RESPOND WHEN SOMEONE COMES OUT TO YOU AS TRANSGENDER  Congratulate the person; Say “Mazel Tov!” This is probably a big step towards living a more authentic life Thank…

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Many events in Jewish life are accompanied by a ritual or ceremony. Our library of materials can help you find a meaningful LGBTQ inclusive text or interpretation for your event.

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Keshet successfully brought out the largest ever canvass on a transgender-specific policy issue or campaign I've seen in my 20 years of organizing. Keshet was an extraordinary part of the Yes on 3 coalition and made an incredible impact on all facets of the campaign.

Amy Mello, Vice President of Public Engagement for Freedom for All Americans
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