Opinion In America's LGBT Community, Can I Be Queer, or a Jew, but Not a Queer Jew?

Jews and queers are natural allies. But the Chicago Dyke March's rejection of Jewish symbols begs the question: Are Jews no longer welcome in LGBTQ spaces?

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