When Gabbard ran for Congress in 2012, she apologized to gay activists for her past views
'A Lesbian Romance Plus Religion Plus Politics' – Israeli Director's Film Reflects a Roller-coaster Life
Tsivia Barkai Yacov speaks with Haaretz about 'Red Cow' and the experiences that shaped her
The new allegations come after reports in 2017 of more than 100 gay men arrested and subjected to torture, and some of them killed, in the predominantly Muslim region
Members who perform conversion therapy could now be expelled from the Israel Medical Association, which represents 90 percent of the country’s doctors
Polis, 43, emphasized his inaugural theme, 'Colorado for All,' to mark the historic occasion
Omra Levi-Hazan was left on her own, with two small children. Her battle to get her partner recognized as a mother posthumously is story of true grit, but also of Israel's institutionalized insensitivity toward the LGBT families
Esther Hayut said the state’s position that surrogacy should be legal only for women who cannot have children 'could be blatantly unconstitutional,' adding: Why are women allowed and men not?
Analysis of funerary artifacts in Iron Age burials at Hasanlu, Iran indicates there were three different sets of offerings: for males, females and a 'third gender'
Washington state chapter disbands, Michigan co-founder urges supporters to join events unaffiliated with official Women's March as anger at leaders over Farrakhan and 'anti-LGBTQism' grows
Lesbian comic Leah Forster said her shows at two kosher Brooklyn restaurants were canceled over her sexual orientation
'It’s inconceivable that both members of the couple are recognized as parents, but the certificate doesn’t reflect this,' one of the justices wrote after a decision to treat homosexual and heterosexual adoption the same
Nearly 3,000 transgender people were murdered over the last decade worldwide. The most common causes of death were shooting, stabbing and beating
A man walking by the gallery noticed the video and an image showing a man's hand inside his pants and filed a complaint ■ Police claim they requested the gallery obscure the images to ensure children aren't exposed to sexual contents
Colorado was once dubbed the 'hate state' for its anti-LGBT laws
Eurovision Chief Defends Next Year's Contest in Israel: 'We Don’t Want to Be Used Politically in Any Way'
Jon Ola Sand, the man who essentially runs the contest, predicts in a visit to Israel that BDS activists won’t flood the country next May – but warns that the city's reputation will suffer if there's not enough lodging for foreign fans
Knocking on doors, working phone banks and organizing rides to the polls are just some ways Jewish women’s groups seek to slow Trump’s momentum
With Muslims guarding the doors in New York and rabbis in Boston uttering angry sermons at Trump's failure to rein in gun violence and bigotry, Jews across the U.S. honor the #ShowUpForShabbat campaign
Netanyahu explains what made him suspect Gideon Sa'ar of plotting to unseat him, and desperately tries to avoid a debate on LGBT surrogacy
Netanyahu was forced to participate in a debate over a recently adopted surrogacy law after lawmakers gathered a requisite 40 signatures for him to do so
Opinion Hitler in Brasilia: The U.S. Evangelicals and Nazi Political Theory Behind Brazil's President-in-waiting
Mix up fascist geopolitics, Pat Robertson's LGBT hate, Bannon's nationalism and Putin's shills and you get Jair Bolsonaro, who's nostalgic for the U.S.-backed dictatorship that tortured and killed thousands of leftists - and he's about to come to power
With right-wing leader Jair Bolsonaro poised to be elected president on Sunday, Brazilians and Jews tell Haaretz what they think of the man whom the left fears will usher in fascism
A draft of the Trump administration memo says gender should be determined 'on a biological basis that is clear, grounded in science, objective and administrable'
Author Ilan Sheinfeld to set up party 'assisted by the intellectual, political and activist forces of the LGBTQ community'
Israel registers heterosexual couples as parents without any residency condition. 'We are sad that our country is fighting and abandoning us by appealing a justified and progressive decision,' the women said
The term 'fascism' hasn’t been discussed seriously in Brazil since the military dictatorship. With authoritarian, racist, torture apologist Jair Bolsonaro within spitting distance of the presidency, it is now
The state refused to register two women as mothers of their children while straight couples living abroad were able to register with no problems
A five-judge bench in India's Supreme Court unanimously overturned the colonial-era ban on gay sex
Samuel Woodward has pleaded not guilty to killing his former Jewish high school classmate in January. Last month, a hate crime charge was added alleging that Woodward targeted Bernstein because he was gay
Rejection of compromise proposed by High Court leaves decision to the justices
'Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life,' a film by Tomer Heymann, about a hugely successful Israeli gay porn star, is a quantum leap in the work of one of Israel’s leading documentarians