On Thursday, six people were stabbed at the Pride March, and 2) early Friday morning two Palestinian homes were set on fire and as a result four family members werw hospitalized and a baby died. It's horrifying enough just to read the headlines without thinking too deeply about it. But unfortunately both of those events comes in a context of a long and painful history, spattering more blood on the already stained pages.
Too many people have asked me that question, so here's your answer. I am so incredibly proud to be a resident of Jerusalem right now. For one shining moment, no matter who you are - gay, lesbian, bi, trans, queer, pan, in, out, religious, secular, in between...for one moment you can just live in a … Continue reading Why We Need Pride In Jerusalem