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Eshel is hiring!
We are looking for our newest staff person to join our team. Maybe it's you!? Someone who loves building community, has fun creating programs, is a great communicator and well-organized. Apply for the Social Programs Coordinator position today!
Join the 11th Eshel National Retreat with special guests, including Abby Stein, Rabbi Benny Lau, Ruben Shimonov, Comedian Liz Glazer, Caleb and Gedalia Robinson, Leana and Sandy Tapnack, DJ Wildstyle, Yseult Polfiet, and more.
Check our website as more speakers are added!
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The gifted Rabbi Joshua Lesser, co-editor of Torah Q***ries, will be applying a q***r lens to the practice of mindfulness and middot (character traits) for the next round of Awareness in Action, the Institute for Jewish Spirituality's program in cultivating character through mindfulness and middot practice -- offered in partnership with Keshet. Check it out-- starts January, 2021, deadline to register January 1.
Hey Members,

I am feeling hurt and can use some support.

Some of you may know that I’ve had a difficult time with my family over the years and it’s a constant source of hardship in my life as I love them, but have a rocky relationship with them due to my homosexuality.

My brother got engaged last night and he personally took the time to invite me to the beautiful engagement party my parents hosted at their house.

I had a lovely time at the party with so much happiness it was like a dream.

Today I got this text from my sister who I grew up close to, who has not spoken to me in years, and it stung so bad.

Please let us all be there for each other always and stay strong.

God bless all of you!

❤️, David
Anyone looking for a job? If interested, apply and PM me so I can let the hiring manager know.

If you want to join a growing team and create more opportunities for underestimated people in tech, we have (more) good news. We're hiring a Director, Growth Marketing to lead marketing strategy, execute best-in-class campaigns, and drive key decisions for the largest non-profit LGBTQ+ tech community in the world.

This full-time role is 100% remote.

At Out in Tech, we create opportunities for our 40,000 members to advance their careers, grow their networks, and leverage tech for social change. We're striving for a tech industry where q***r and trans folx are empowered and well-represented at all levels, from intern to CEO. We believe this will lead to more equitable and inclusive workplaces for all.

​We warmly encourage people who identify as gender non-binary, gender non-conforming, gender-q***r, Black, Latinx, transgender, and women -- who have been systematically barred from leadership roles in both tech and non-profits -- to consider applying.
Dear JQY team,

I am directing a short independent produced documentary film about invasions of personal space on the NYC MTA system and was wondering if it could be possible to reach out to the JQY community asking for potential subjects to share their story. The aim of the film is to raise awareness about predatory behaviour in the subway and empower victims and other riders alike to take action (when it is appropriate to do so) to help minimize these unfortunate incidents in the future. I am particularly interested in sharing LGBTQ+ perspectives with young adults. Just putting the word out there to as many people as possible as I am searching for a wide variety of stories.

Many thanks

best,

Derek
www.derekshoward.com
Hey hey! Do you have meet up spot for tomorrows rally?
Hey JQY!

Your fav & official JQY DJ invites you to this, this coming Monday!

Come check out my friend's salon!
House Music & Disco All Night Long!
Hi friends! For those of you who don't know me I'm Alex. I auditioned for Jewish Rock Radio's Jewish Star Talent Search, and I made it to the TOP 12!! The next round is public voting, and it would mean a lot to me if you'd vote for me here: http://wshe.es/E94zDNZK
Thank you all so much!
Hi; this Sunday morning in NYC Eshel invites you to hear Dr. Benjamin Ellis, who co-wrote the Wellbeing Guide for LGBT Orthodox Students, with the Chief Rabbi of the UK, will be speaking, amongst others. It's going to be great. Hope you can make it!
Hazanhttps://www.facebook.com/EshelJews/photos/gm.399897940858760/219590120277647/?type=3&theater
***SEEKING NYC ACTORS***
My name is Miranda, I'm on the casting team for the third annual Corkscrew Theatre Festival that takes place every summer in New York City!!

I am posting because we are currently casting 3 plays for our festival, and are strongly committed to the principle of inclusivity. Gender non-conforming, genderq***r, transgender and non-binary performers are encouraged to submit for the roles they most identify with.

HOW TO SUBMIT
Please email your headshot & resume to [email protected] AND [email protected].

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
https://corkscrewfestival.org/

DM me for a synopsis of the three plays listed below!

******SEEKING THESE ROLES*******

PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS
OPHIRA – Mid-late 20s. Female. Particularly interested in actors of color for this role. Always in a bit of a daze, with a dry self-deprecating sense of humor and a bitter outlook on life. Her chronic pain puts her in a foul mood most of the time, but she's learned to pull it together when she really needs to. Spends most of her time in the office, judging people and slacking off. She doesn't make enough money and she's furious about it. Spends too much time alone with her thoughts. Is consumed with simultaneous feelings of worthlessness and superiority. Seeking an actress who is excellent with text. Strong comedic abilities a must. LEAD

CASEY - Late 50s-mid 60s to play 63. Female. Particularly interested in actors of color for this role. Very, very earnest and relentlessly cheerful. Confident, stubborn, chatty, and opinionated. Lives alone but tries not to dwell on it. A creature of habit: coffee with cream and sugar in the morning, medical soap opera at night. Interested in astrology. Uninterested in politics to the point of hostility; doesn't understand why everybody is so rude. If she betrays a negative emotions, it's usually irritation at people who don't share her cheerfulness. Strong comedic abilities a must. SUPPORTING

NICO - Late 20s-early 30s. Male. Seeking actors of all ethnicities for this role. Ill-fitting clothes and terrible posture betray low self-esteem and anxiety. Very passionate, but it's all under the surface; it's not easy to tell what he's thinking. As Aubrey's assistant, he spends most of his professional time being a wallflower, and he's excellent at it. Strong comedic abilities a must. SUPPORTING

A PLAY TITLED
SHIRIN, Female, mid 20s to early 30s, female-identifying, Iranian-American. A PhD labor journalist/historian living in Brooklyn and writing her first book. Extraordinarily intelligent, anxious, self-depricatingly funny, and ridiculously ardent (sometimes to a fault). She’s exasperated yet impassioned by her life on the left (). This role requires an extremely smart actor who is highly skilled with text. Must have strong comedic chops. Ability to speak Farsi a strong plus. *Performers with life experience as Iranian-Americans preferred, but performers with life experience as Egyptian, Turkish, Syrian, Iraqi, Armenian, or Northern Indian-Americans also encouraged to submit. LEAD


CJ, Female. Late 20s. Black American or Afro-Latinx. Level-headed, mature, independent. An indigent criminal defense attorney with BXD (the Bronx Defenders). As brilliant as Shirin, but her intelligence lies in the nuances of particular 21st century systems, i.e. the law and existing governing bodies. CJ lives to interrogate political structures and the state apparatus. She went to NYU Law with the plan to be a public defender, which set her at odds with most of her highly privileged classmates.This role requires an extremely smart actor who is highly skilled with text. Must have strong comedic chops. Ability to speak Spanish a strong plus. LEAD


ELIZABETH, Female. 18-25 to play 21. An ethnicity that would now be considered White but has not always been privileged as such in America (IE Jewish, Irish, Italian, Armenian, white-passing Latinx, to name a few). Quietly confident, naive, innocent, hearty and fundamentally comfortable with herself. A senior in undergrad and deeply uncertain if she's prepared to graduate and begin what adults have always called "real life." She moved to NYC from Colorado to study feminism/cultural studies. Being 8 years younger than Shirin and CJ, she has much more facility in the language of "identity politics." She is a hard worker that is currently searching for a more sophisticated analysis of her personal position and politics within our current society. This role requires an extremely smart actor who is highly skilled with text. Must have strong comedic chops. SUPPORTING


THE EXTERMINATOR, 20s-40. Male, non-binary, or masc presenting. Sublimely beautiful (this can manifest physically or through a unique and incredible charisma) They have a mystical and calming aura, and portray a muted intelligence with deeply considered ideologies of the world. A corporeal manifestation of the archangel Michael, grounded and a thoughtful listener. Or a figment of Shirin's imagination. Or just a regular person. Who knows? This role requires an extremely smart actor who is highly skilled with text. Must have strong comedic chops. SUPPORTING



SIX YEARS OLD
ADALAIDE - White. Female, Non-Binary, or Trans Masc. Performer should be 20’s-45, to play a six year old girl. Endowed with a sense of maturity, emotional depth, and self-knowledge. Dangerously over-confident, sassy, vulnerable. Already feeling the friction between who she is and who the world wants her to be. On the precipice of having her innocence shattered. She is devoted to the idea that she could someday become a fictional male role model (Han Solo). Though performer will be playing a child, we are not looking for performers to adopt childlike affectations. Rather, the role should be played as an adult who lacks autonomy, and who hasn’t yet developed a filter. Must have a strong movement background, and strong comedic timing, and feel comfortable playing a character who is identified by she/her pronouns. LEAD.

DEWEY - White. Cisgender Male. 20’s-30’s to play four years old. Happy-go-lucky, impressionable, at ease, self-centered. Full of love and affection for his sister. Understands that he is destined to be a hero. Is troubled by the fact that he feels subordinate to Adalaide. Already being indoctrinated by the cult of masculine privilege. Though performer will be playing a child, we are not looking for performers to adopt childlike affectations. Rather, the role should be played as an adult who lacks autonomy, and who hasn’t yet developed a filter. Must have a strong movement background, and strong comedic timing. LEAD

KIM - 20’s-early 30’s, female identifying, person of color. A visual artist who is a part of the “Millennial working class.” Q***r. She babysits for cash and probably lives in a loft in bushwick with like, eight roommates. Well-intentioned, grounded, caring, supportive. Unsettled by the way her financial situation has brought her into the middle of a family’s personal life. Uncertain of how much responsibility she has to Adalaide and Dewey as a sometimes-caretaker - caught between treating babysitting like a job, and investing in shaping and impacting young people’s lives. Deeply skeptical of Adalaide’s parents. Particularly interested in q***r-identifying performers for this role. LEAD.

JQY (Jewish Q***r Youth) is a nonprofit organization supporting and empowering LGBTQ Jewish youth.

Operating as usual

12/20/2022

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Tune into Jewish/Q***rish next Tuesday, December 27th at 5pm EST.

Share your thoughts and questions to be discussed in the Livestream at jqy.org/jewishq***rish

12/19/2022

This week we will NOT be having virtual or in-person drop-in center. If you're in the NYC area, join us instead at the JQY Chanukah Party on Thursday! jqy.org/chanukah

Or, join us next week for VIRTUAL drop-in center ONLY on 12/27

Photos from JQY's post 12/19/2022

So, who’s coming on Thursday?? Grab your tickets now at jqy.org/chanukah !!!

12/14/2022

Come celebrate Chanukah with us at the drop-in center! And who knows, you may even walk away with a Chanukah present (hint: you DEFINITELY will!)

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Join us in-person from 6:30pm-9:30pm EST at our WeWork building at 1460 Broadway.

No need to register for in-person drop-in, just show up! We’ll have plenty of pizza and ice-breaker questions to go around.

If you need assistance with transportation to drop-in please apply at jqy.org/travelrequest
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To sponsor a night of Drop-In Center, visit: jqy.org/sponsordropin

12/12/2022

Come celebrate Chanukah with us at the virtual drop-in center! And who knows, you may even walk away with a Chanukah present.

Join us virtually from anywhere in the world from 7pm-8:30pm EST. One can register for this at jqyouth.org/virtualregistration
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To sponsor a night of Drop-In Center, visit: jqy.org/sponsordropin

12/07/2022

This week at the Drop-in Center…
Dance Party with Beth!

Join us this week for a special Broadway Dance class for all levels, led by our very own Beth Weiss! Beth has taught choreography for many years to individuals of all levels and ages and they are very excited to do a dance class with our drop-in participants! So make sure to wear comfy clothes, bring a water bottle, and harness all of your q***r energy for drop-in this week!

No prior dance experience is necessary!

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Join us in-person from 6:30pm-9:30pm EST at our WeWork building at 1460 Broadway.

No need to register for in-person drop-in, just show up! We’ll have plenty of pizza and ice-breaker questions to go around.

If you need assistance with transportation to drop-in please apply at jqy.org/travelrequest
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To sponsor a night of Drop-In Center, visit: jqy.org/sponsordropin

Q***r Chanukah Party 2022 | JQY 12/06/2022

Q***r Chanukah Party 2022 | JQY

JQY Presents:
The LGBTQ+ Community Chanukah Party
Coming Home!

New York's longest running q***r Jewish community party is returning to where it all began: The LGBT Community Center!

Join us at this historic location as we celebrate three decades of q***r Jewish fabulousness. Featuring fresh latkes, an open kosher wine bar (21+), Jewish-pop music remixes and a truly inclusive crowd of all ages, identities, and backgrounds.

Light the Menorah with your chosen family and new friends at the warmest party of the year.

Thu, Dec 22, 7–10 pm
Tickets are NOW available for purchase! jqy.org/chanukah
$36- General Admission (includes open wine bar 21+)
$18- High School student
$50- General Admission + sponsor-a-student (includes open wine bar 21+)

This event was made possible through the ROI Community Grassroots Events program

Community partners: Eshel Hebro Mayerson JCC Keshet Sephardic Mizrahi Q Network

Q***r Chanukah Party 2022 | JQY Please join us for the annual Q***r Community Chanukah Party as we celebrate Chanukah with music, dancing, schmoozing, drinking, and delicious holiday food! Eat fresh fried latkes from our latke fry bar, munch on scrumptious sufganiyot (jelly donuts!), have a l'chaim at our open wine bar (21+), and...

12/06/2022

A huge thank you to our incredible supporters and volunteers. Without you, we would not be able to continue this life-saving work.

12/05/2022

Let’s get real about sexual health, risk, prevention, and treatment. Bring your questions, thoughts, concerns, etc!

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Join us virtually from anywhere in the world from 7pm-8:30pm EST. One can register for this at jqyouth.org/virtualregistration

12/01/2022

This Sunday, at the Dances With Films Festival, the groundbreaking documentary short, "Q***R AND FRUM" will premier.

Q***r And Frum tells the heroic stories of JQY community members Chaim Levin and Lieb Swartz-Brownstein as they navigate q***rness in the Orthodox community. JQY is also featured, with a rare glimpse into our Drop-In Center program. Tickets also include the documentary short, "THIS IS MAJOR", the story of a hip hop artists struggle with mental health.

https://danceswithfilms.com/q***r-and-frum/

If you would like to attend Q***R AND FRUM, but can not afford the ticket price, email [email protected] Subject QUEEER AND FRUM tickets.

12/01/2022

Tickets are NOW available for purchase! jqy.org/chanukah

Join us for our annual Q***r Chanukah Party!! What could be better than spending the 5th night of Chanukah celebrating with your favorite q***r community?! (HINT: answer = nothing!) Celebrate Chanukah with your whole self shining bright.
Join us for our annual Chanukah party with Menorah lighting, fresh latkes, sufganiyot, music and more!

Thu, Dec 22, 7–10 pm

$50, includes open wine bar (21+); $36, College student; $18, High School student

This event was made possible through the ROI Community Grassroots Events program.

11/30/2022

Explore your artistic side and create your own painting masterpiece at Drop-in!

We'll also be starting a new Drop-In birthday tradition- on the first Drop-In of each month, we'll celebrate everyone who has a birthday that month. Join us this Thursday at the q***rest celebration for all of the December JQYer birthdays! Comment to let us know how you like to celebrate your birthday.

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Join us in-person from 6:30pm-9:30pm EST at our WeWork building at 1460 Broadway.

No need to register for in-person drop-in, just show up! We’ll have plenty of pizza and ice-breaker questions to go around.

If you need assistance with transportation to drop-in please apply at jqy.org/travelrequest

11/30/2022

A HUGE thank you to everyone who has supported us this Giving Tuesday! Our campaign will remain open through December 31st for all who would still like to contribute.

11/29/2022

50% of your donation to JQY will be DOUBLED right now!!

To contribute, visit fb.com/jqyouth/fundraisers and donate to any of the campaigns
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**50% of donations to JQY will be matched through Project Accelerate, a matching grant program developed and operated by a well-respected national foundation.

Photos from JQY's post 11/28/2022

Need a fun picture to use for your JQY Facebook fundraiser? Here are a few!

11/28/2022

It’s virtual game night! 🎯🎱♟
Are you tired of sitting in class all day? Need a fun break? Come join us for an interactive virtual game night!
Have a game that you want to recommend? Comment below with your ideas.

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Join us virtually from anywhere in the world from 7pm-8:30pm EST. One can register for this at jqyouth.org/virtualregistration

11/28/2022

Come chat with the JQY staff every Monday night from 6:30-7 EST!

Think of it as “office hours meets zoom & shmooze!” Come with questions for JQY (or come with answers!), hear what’s coming up, update us on your life, chill with new and old friends, or just pop in and say hey. We can’t wait to see you there!

For anyone 13-23. Register at jqyouth.org/fireside or click the linkin.bio!

11/28/2022

TOMORROW! (November 29th) 50% of your donation to JQY will be DOUBLED.

To contribute, visit fb.com/jqyouth/fundraisers and donate to any of the campaigns

**50% of donations to JQY will be matched through Project Accelerate, a matching grant program developed and operated by a well-respected national foundation.

11/24/2022

Prepare for Giving Tuesday with a JQY Bingo board to win one of our stellar prizes!

Get 5 in a row...win a JQY werk slay kvetch t-shirt
Get all four corners...win a JQY backpack of your choice
Fill the entire board...win personalized one-of-a-kind JQY swag

Bingo winners should email [email protected].

11/24/2022

Save The Date for our annual Q***r Chanukah party! Join us Thursday, December 22nd for this epic Chanukah celebration.

Details to follow.

11/23/2022

This week there will NOT be in-person drop-in center because of Thanksgiving. We'll see everyone next week!

Home Page - JQY 11/23/2022

Home Page - JQY

This (November 29th) 50% of your donation to JQY will be DOUBLED.

To contribute, visit fb.com/jqyouth/fundraisers and donate to any of the campaigns!

**50% of donations to JQY will be matched through Project Accelerate, a matching grant program developed and operated by a well-respected national foundation.

Home Page - JQY Our Mission JQY (Jewish Q***r Youth) is a nonprofit organization that supports and empowers LGBTQ Jewish youth with a special focus on teens and young adults from Orthodox, Chassidic, and Sephardi/Mizrahi communities. JQY fights to ensure the emotional and physical health and safety of this populati...

11/21/2022

Friendsgiving: It’s like Thanksgiving, but with your CHOSEN family! Gather round the virtual table for a delicious feast (BYOF- Bring Your Own Feast!) with your favorite LGBTQ Jewish fam. We can’t wait to celebrate with you in gratitude, laughter, and simcha.

*Ugly sweater optional

Join us virtually from anywhere in the world from 7pm-8:30pm EST. One can register for this at jqyouth.org/virtualregistration

Please note that there will be no in-person drop-in this week.

11/17/2022

JEWISH/Q***RISH IS BACK! Join us for Episode 16 where we talk about all things "HAIR!" Want to be part of the live stream? Submit your thoughts and questions to jqy.org/jewishq***rish.

Tune into the JQY app live on Tuesday, November 22nd at 12:30pm OR watch back the video anytime.

11/16/2022

Friendsgiving: It’s like Thanksgiving, but with your CHOSEN family! Gather round the table for a delicious feast of pizza and make some delicious mini pies with your favorite LGBTQ Jewish fam. We can’t wait to celebrate with you in gratitude, laughter, and simcha.

*Ugly sweater optional

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Join us in-person from 6:30pm-9:30pm EST at our WeWork building at 1460 Broadway.

No need to register for in-person drop-in, just show up! We’ll have plenty of pizza and ice-breaker questions to go around.

If you need assistance with transportation to drop-in please apply at jqy.org/travelrequest

11/16/2022

Join JQY for an open conversation with the lawyers representing the YU Pride Alliance in the YU Pride Alliance v. Yeshiva University lawsuit. Ask your questions, share your feelings, express your concerns, and more!

This event is a space for all opinions and feelings about the recent lawsuit and its effect on campus. You do not have to identify as q***r or support the lawsuit to attend this event. Attendance does assume that you care about all students at Yeshiva University, and are devoted to keeping the school a safe and welcoming place for LGBTQ students.

Register in advance at jqy.org/yupalawyers as space is limited – you will need to show a current YU student ID at the door to enter.

*This event is open to all LGBTQ+ & ally current Yeshiva University undergraduate students.

**Sushi will be served

11/14/2022

The Sweet Farm Animal Ambassadors are coming to the Virtual Drop-in Center this week!

We will be joined by some animals – perhaps Kevin the pig, Gizmo the cow, or Paco the llama, and will do a quick intro of the farm and animals. You can ask questions or just hang out with the pack. See you there!

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Join us virtually from anywhere in the world from 7pm-8:30pm EST. One can register for this at jqyouth.org/virtualregistration

11/09/2022

Come pull out all the stops at the JQY Jewish Music Lip Sync Battle!

Participants will form small groups and choose an iconic Jewish song from a pre-selected list! With help from Beth, each group will put together their own performance to show off at the end of drop-in!

Performing isn't really your thing? We'll need folks on tech, crew, props, etc!

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Join us in-person from 6:30pm-9:30pm EST at our WeWork building at 1460 Broadway.

No need to register for in-person drop-in, just show up! We’ll have plenty of pizza and ice-breaker questions to go around.

If you need assistance with transportation to drop-in please apply at jqy.org/travelrequest

11/07/2022

Tomorrow (11/8) we will NOT be having virtual-drop center. We'll see you next Tuesday (11/15)!

11/02/2022

Welcome back to the In-Person Drop-In center!!

Come get crafty with your favorite JQY friends and staff! Join us for a night of fun crafting and make your own custom q***r tote bag!
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Join us in-person from 6:30pm-9:30pm EST at our WeWork building at 1460 Broadway.

No need to register for in-person drop-in, just show up! We’ll have plenty of pizza and ice-breaker questions to go around.

If you need assistance with transportation to drop-in please apply at jqy.org/travelrequest

11/01/2022

Application deadline EXTENDED for the Gesher fellowship! Join our incredible 22-23 college cohort in cultivating the Jewish q***r college community.

Gesher fellows will receive professional development, gain skills to add to their resumes, and build community. They will be introduced to all that New York has to offer and will be empowered to use these experiences to build ‘bridges’ between their q***r Jewish campus communities.

Photos from JQY's post 11/01/2022

We had the BEST time at the LGBTQIA+ Sukkot Party!

10/31/2022

Welcome back to the virtual Drop-In center!!

Do you have what it takes to bring q***r memes to the next level? Join us at the first virtual drop-in of the year and compete with your friends to make the best original and creative memes!

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Join us virtually from anywhere in the world from 7pm-8:30pm EST. One can register for this at jqy.org/virtualregistration

Yeshiva University, fighting students' LGBTQ club, launches one of its own - Jewish Telegraphic Agency 10/25/2022

Yeshiva University, fighting students' LGBTQ club, launches one of its own - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

While Yeshiva University hails the Kol Yisrael Areivim Club for LGBTQ+ students as a student club, its creation involved no collaboration with q***r students. The club “was approved by the Administration, in partnership with lay leadership, and endorsed by senior Roshei Yeshiva [head rabbis]”.

This process violates one of our core q***r Jewish values of “nothing about us without us.” It would be problematic, and even potentially dangerous, for non-Jews to make policies and decisions about Jews without any Jewish involvement. Similarly, decisions made without LGBTQ+ individuals and q***r voices at the table is concerning and can even be harmful to the very people it aims to support.

Yeshiva University, fighting students' LGBTQ club, launches one of its own - Jewish Telegraphic Agency Administrators say the new club will represent gay students "under traditional Orthodox auspices."

10/24/2022

THE JQY DROP-IN CENTER IS BACK!

***In-person drop-in ends at 9:30pm (not 8:30pm)

Join us at our first virtual drop-in next Tuesday, November 1st and/or join us at our first in-person drop-in next Thursday, November 3rd!

Stay tuned for specific posts about what next week's programming will be for both virtual and in-person drop-in!

May we do better 10/21/2022

May we do better

We are blessed to be in this work with many partner organizations who have “the ‘holy chutzpah’ to stand up for individual rights in the face of powerful institutions.”

As Lani Santo, CEO of Footsteps, so beautifully wrote, “may we each pay attention to those in our midst who may feel they need to hide their hopes and dreams, may we work to bring them to the center of our communities with pride and compassion.”

May we do better I have the privilege of working at Footsteps where we have spent twenty years lighting up paths that at first seemed impossible to navigate. Our mission is to support those who make the decision to leave their communities and live as their authentic selves.

10/20/2022

Be a part of the US TRANS SURVEY!

"The US Trans Survey — live October 19 — November 21, 2022 — is conducted by the National Center for Transgender Equality, the nation's leading social justice advocacy organization winning life-saving change for transgender people, in partnership with the National Black Trans Advocacy Coalition, the [email protected] Coalition, and the National Q***r Asian Pacific Islander Alliance. The survey is conducted by a team of well-respected researchers, guided by a prestigious scientific advisory council who are experts in trans research.

For the first time in 7 years, you have a chance to be part of the largest community-led survey of trans people in the US. We hope you’ll take 60 minutes to share your story and be a part of history. By sharing our stories, we can help show people how they can support transgender equality."

https://www.ustranssurvey.org/?emci=a8440732-604f-ed11-819c-002248258e08&emdi=5bc493e1-af4f-ed11-819c-002248258e08&ceid=12139254

10/13/2022

Applications are NOW OPEN for the second year of the JQYU Gesher Fellowship! Head to jqy.org/jqyu to apply.

Applications close on October 29, 2022.

10/06/2022

Take part in our in-person Sukkah-bration with an open bar (21+), delicious snacks, and great friends.

Join LGBTQIA+ Jews in the JCC's spacious rooftop sukkah overlooking the NYC skyline. Open to the entire LGBTQIA+ community, family, and allies.

Presented by JQY and the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan. Community Partners: Eshel, Keshet, and UJA Federation of NY.

Thu, Oct 13, 7–10 pm,
$36, includes open wine bar (21+); $18, student ticket (under 23, no bar access)

Head to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lbgtq-sukkot-party-tickets-414866596157 to buy your ticket now!

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NY Health Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy NY Health Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy
177 Prince Street #501
New York, 10012

Improving the quality of our patients' lives through holistic therapy techniques aimed at tapping in

Partnership with Children Partnership with Children
New York, 10007

PWC strengthens the emotional, social, and cognitive skills of children in New York City so they can

2 blocks, a blanket and a couch. 2 blocks, a blanket and a couch.
103 East 86th Street, NY 10128. Currently Seeing People Distantly
New York, 10028

I practice yoga all the time--including at work, where breathwork and mediation are part of my psyc

Barbara Farkas, M.D., P.C. Barbara Farkas, M.D., P.C.
1300 Waters Place
New York, 10461

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Ary Nunez Ary Nunez
New York, 10005

New York Native Ary Nuñez has been synonymous with Health and Wellness Advocacy for over 20 years a

Depression Study Depression Study
263 West End Avenue, # 1D
New York, 10023

Brain Resource Center Brain Resource Center
263 W End Avenue Apt 1D
New York, 10023

New York's leading brain wellness and optimization center. Improving mental health & cognitive perfo

Albert Ellis Institute Albert Ellis Institute
145 E 32nd Street
New York, 10016

"Short-term therapy, long-term results"

Dr. Lisa Levy Dr. Lisa Levy
New York, 11206

It's the show that gives new meaning to working it out on stage. Join in the fun as each comedian do

Adult ADHD Treatment NYC Adult ADHD Treatment NYC
19 W 34th Street, Ph Suite
New York, 10001

Psychologist

Comprehensive Sleep Disorders Institute Comprehensive Sleep Disorders Institute
1664 E 14th Street, Ste 501
New York, 11229

We are the ONLY free standing sleep center in Brooklyn N.Y., to be accredited by the American Academ

American Psychoanalytic Association American Psychoanalytic Association
309 E 49th Street
New York, 10017

The American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA), the oldest national psychoanalytic organization in