The Aguda Association for LGBTQ Equality attributes the jump last year in reported incidents mainly to more complete reporting
Ruling might cost same-sex couples tens of thousands of shekels in lost benefits
Event featuring Mashrou' Leila moved to Illinois amid 'safety concerns for the band and our community,' university says
Agreement formalizes de facto arrangement in force for years ■ Russian law prohibits adoption by same-sex couples or anyone from countries that allow gay marriage
Signs were not 'extreme and more than is tolerable in a democratic society,' Mendelblit rules
Thousands come out to Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, despite Education Ministry's warnings to school principals to stay out of protest
Initiative comes after Rafi Peretz, who is head of the far-right Habayit Hayehudi party, said that a man and a woman are the definition of a 'normative family'
Rafi Peretz, an Orthodox rabbi, caused controversy with his homophobic remarks, which came a year after he spoke out in favor of conversion therapy
In the great Turkish metropolis, homophobia and gender oppression coexist with an ancient tradition of nonbinary splendor
Organization said man’s participation would violate other participants’ rights to privacy, while calling man’s claims of discrimination 'ridiculous'
Is there a gay gene? Is there a sexuality spectrum? A wide-ranging study reignites the debate
The Labor and Social Services Ministry apologized, adding it was a mistake of an individual employee and all types of families are entitled to equal rights
Yishay Garbasz, a transgender woman who lives and works in Berlin, had not visited Israel for more than a decade while fighting to be listed as female on her Israeli passport
West Hempstead’s Jews pride themselves on their ‘live and let live’ attitude — but their rabbis’ hard-line response to the LGBTQ community has infuriated many. An unbelievable tale of love, hate and shuls in kosher Chinese restaurants
Thanks to the popularity of TV shows like ‘Drag Race’ and ‘Pose,’ the ball scene has never been more in, well, vogue. But can it take off in Tel Aviv?
Demonstration by College Democrats group earlier this month had called on the university to allow LGBTQ events on campus, something organizers say is regularly denied
Petah Tikva Family Court rejects state's demand that a lesbian woman provide documents, which are not required of heterosexual couples, in order to gain status as non-biological parent
While there will be many ultra-Orthodox lawmakers, there are only nine religious-Zionist/Modern Orthodox legislators — though the Arab community and Russian-speaking Israelis are well represented
'It Feels Like My Own School Hates Me': Yeshiva University Students Protest for LGBTQ Representation
Organizers are demanding the university condemn homophobic rhetoric on campus, allow LGBTQ events on campus and promote dialogue between students and faculty members
The parade included marchers carrying signs such as '2020 Trump' and 'Build The Wall'
With a platform straight out of a Margaret Atwood novel, the Noam Party is hoping to win seats in the next Knesset. Even if it fails, its anti-secular agenda is gaining ground on the Zionist, religious right
Two brothers also charged with assaulting 16-year-old in March, when the victim is said to have lost consciousness, over their objection to his sexual identity
West Bank police statement, which sparked wave of violent incitement on social media, specifically went after Nablus 'queer camp' held by al-Qaws Organization
Recent news reports from Israel sound to some U.S. officers like fairy tales from a faraway land
''No Jews, No Gays, need apply’ is utterly unacceptable & the proposal must be withdrawn,' the ADL wrote in response to new Labor Department proposal
Amir Ohana's proposed bill is only a symbolic declaration as this point, as no new legislation can be advanced until after the September election