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Sermons and scholarship exploring LGBTQ experiences through traditional Jewish texts.

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Holiday: Counting the Omer Counting My Genders: A Neo-Kabbalistic View of the Omer by Rabbi Jane Rachel Litman on Thursday April 24, 2008 22 Iyyar, 5766 Leviticus 23:15-16, Counting the…

Background Adding new rituals and texts to the Passover Seder is a way to connect this ancient holiday of the liberation to contemporary struggles for freedom. As we say each…

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