Not My Feminism

Author: Dr. Ruth Nemzoff and Janet Freedman Published: March 19, 2017

Who decided that feminism and anti-Zionism should be conjoined and expressed through actions such as support for… Read more

Converting Fears Into Strengths

Author: Katie Mellinger Published: March 16, 2017

Scott Fried, 53, was diagnosed with HIV at 24 years old, and he has transformed his fear… Read more

The Sacred Goal of Interfaith Family Inclusion

Author: Rabbi Ari Moffic Published: March 14, 2017

Chicago’s Rabbi Ari Moffic was introduced to a children’s book called Zero,  which reminded her of a… Read more

On Purim and Visibility

Author: Hannah Simpson Published: March 11, 2017

What does a holiday of masks teach us about visibility? Transgender advocate and educator Hannah Simpson says… Read more

Raz and Yotam’s Wedding Album

Author: A Wider Bridge Staff Published: March 15, 2017

Raz and Yotam who got married in December 2016 share their wedding album Raz Dauber (30) and… Read more

Want to Unite America?

Author: Evan Wolfson Published: March 8, 2017

For four decades, gay rights activists and couples who appealed to the courts for the right to… Read more

The Rabbi Unfit for Service in Israel

Author: Haaretz Editorial Published: March 9, 2017

Haaretz Editorial: Last summer Rabbi Yigal Levinstein slammed the military for the tolerance it demonstrates toward the… Read more

Transphobic Ad: We Need to Be Proactvie

Author: Oded Yaron (translated by Yanir Dekel for A Wider Bridge) Published: March 9, 2017

Studio C only benefits from the negative buzz around its transphobic ads. We need to reach a… Read more

“Coming out” as a parent of a gay child

Author: Alison Walsh Published: March 7, 2017

Alison Walsh is a Co-Ordinator for the parents’ group, “Parents of Jewish Gays and Lesbians” in the… Read more

We Must Speak Louder Than Ever Against BDS

Author: Assaf Weiss Published: March 5, 2017

Assaf Weiss, a Graduate Student at Columbia Law School,  says we must protect American campuses from the… Read more