It’s Valentine’s Day! Do you have a special someone to celebrate with? There are all types of LOVE out there, and TC Jewfolk celebrates them all.
Category: Sex & Love
A grassroots initiative (by local Jews) bringing together arts, social justice, faith communities and families to defeat the MN Marriage Amendment. It makes us wonder, what does marriage mean to you?
We all have “those aunts from Chicago” in old photos. The ladies of “Chicago” the Musical are not YOUR aunts. Sensational, sexy, razzle dazzling. For just one week at the Ordway – don’t miss them.
The documentary “Question One” tells the story of Maine’s same-sex marriage campaign, points to important lessons for Minnesota, and shows how a Jewish filmmaker uses his life experience to tell the story.
Jewish Community Action’s Haggadah Insert for your Passover Seder, including a creative reinterpretation of the “Four Children” and a “Fifth Cup” calling us to action on the Minnesota Marriage Amendment.
Why? Because “marriage is a fundamental human right and the Minnesota Constitution should not be used as a vehicle for restricting rights and civil liberties.”
The bizarrely funny, poignant, political yet not too political musical currently at the MN Jewish Theatre Company has the audience rolling with laughing while at the same time packing an emotional punch.
This November Minnesotans will be voting on the “MN Marriage Amendment. This is an issue of blatant discrimination; voting “No” is the Jewish thing to do.
Bet Shalom’s opposition to laws like the anti-family Minnesota Marriage Amendment, which would constitutionally ban same-sex marriages, is well-grounded within both the Reform Movement, Jewish American popular opinion, and our strong American tradition of the separation of church and state.
Not long ago, it would have been virtually unthinkable for a homosexual who had grown up in an Orthodox community to model a same-sex marriage ceremony on an Orthodox wedding. A look at the shift towards greater openness about sexuality among the Orthodox.
A New York Jew recollects on his Minneapolis wedding and the lack of salmon.