TDOV Resources

What Transgender Day of Visibility Means to Us
What Transgender Day of Visibility Means to Us

This year for Trans Day of Visibility, trans, gender-expansive, and nonbinary Keshet Staff and Board members shared what TDOV means to us. Mark this day of awareness with us by sharing our messages!

Putting Talmud Back into the Hands, Mouths, and Bodies of our People
Putting Talmud Back into the Hands, Mouths, and Bodies of our People

An interview with Rabbi Xava de Cordova and Binya Kóatz

What’s in a Pronoun?: Third-Person and All-Gender Pronouns
What’s in a Pronoun?: Third-Person and All-Gender Pronouns

This resource includes a guide to pronouns, with an emphasis on addressing questions about using “they” as a singular pronoun

How to Support Someone Who’s Trans and Just Came Out to You
How to Support Someone Who’s Trans and Just Came Out to You

This guide provides ways to respond when someone comes out to you as transgender.

Transgender Day of Visibility Leaders and Heroes
Transgender Day of Visibility Leaders and Heroes

Check out our list of trans Jewish leaders, visionaries, artists, and more!

Trans Jews Belong Here Printable Sign
Trans Jews Belong Here Printable Sign

Print this sign to make it clear that your congregation, institution, or home is a place where trans Jews belong.