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In the meantime, several of its leaders seemed to stand by the Nation of Islam leader, with one even suggesting that the real issue was somehow Israel.
‘Soon By You’ follows six singles navigating the religious dating scene of New York’s Upper West Side. But you don’t have to be Orthodox, let alone Jewish, to enjoy the show.
The intersectional feminist movement has been making strange bedfellows, and becoming increasingly hostile to anyone who questions those additions.
Two Jewish lesbians were ejected from Chicago’s Dyke March because of their Stars of David/‘Pride’ flags. The author says the organizers’ anti-Semitism is alarming and insidious.
A friend told our correspondent: “Finding the right person is hard enough as it is. Why limit yourself?” Now she’s contemplating dating outside the Jewish faith.
Her NYFW show displayed why she commands the devotion of celebrities like Taylor Swift, while KREWE’s gorgeous sunglasses defied geometric convention.
Students on campus are quick to protest incidences of supposed cultural insensitivity—even over sushi—but not when it comes to a professor’s anti-Semitism.
Trans activist Janet Mock was chased away from an engagement at Brown University. Not by anti-LGBT forces—by students who saw even her slightest tie to Israel.