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Did you know that Tirtzah: A Community of Frum Queer Women is now on Facebook? Just click through to our Facebook page and click the “Like” button at the top to become a fan and have our updates and new blog posts show up on your Facebook news feed. You can also click on “Suggest to Friends” to invite your Facebook friend who might be interested in showing their support for us. [These invitations are confidential unless the person chooses to become a fan of our page, in which case it will be listed on their profile, as is the case with all Facebook pages.] It means a lot to us to see so many people, of every religious, sexual and gender orientation, joining our Facebook page to show their encouragement and stay updated about what we’re doing. This is just one way that Tirtzah is expanding how we keep in touch with our friends and allies.
In the coming weeks you will see posts here from a number of different authors. What we all share in common is that each of us is a woman who identifies as lesbian, bisexual or queer… and that we are all religious Jews, who strive to live full and integrated lives.
Tirtzah is not just a blog. We are also a community of frum queer women. We hold events in the New York City area, and we have an e-mail discussion list as well. We are focused on gathering to celebrate and study our yiddishkeit. As our mission statement says, “we are committed to the value of shleimut (wholeness) and to supporting one another in observing a meaningful, integrated, honest and joyful Jewish life.”
If you are a woman who is lesbian, bisexual or queer, and you are currently a frum (religiously observant) Jew or are working towards becoming more halachically observant – We hope you will join our e-mail list. We are also eagerly seeking guest blog posts and hope you will consider sending us your writing on any topic relating to being frum and queer. Personal narratives, halachic explorations, and other types of posts are welcome. You may use a pseudonym, or just your first name, if you would like to maintain anonymity.
We hope you will keep reading and help us spread the word about this resource.
Posted by queerbasyisroel.
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