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Yes, of course it’s possible to be gay and frum.

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What does the Torah actually say about homosexuality and sex? How can I reconcile being frum and gay? Are there other frum lesbian, gay, bi, or transgender Jews out there? If so, where are they? Check out the frequently asked questions (FAQ) page.


Shavuos Get-together in the Park 5779 with GLYDSA & Eshel. Sunday, June 9, 2019, 3:30-7:00pm. Join us in the northwest corner of Sheep Meadow in Central Park, in the shade of the big tree (see map here or here). Look for the blue-and-white-striped blanket. Bring kosher snacks or soft drinks to share, if you like. Paper goods and cups will be provided. Dress comfortably. Bring a blanket if you like. (This event is free, of course.)


The Gay and Lesbian Yeshiva Day School Alumni Association (GLYDSA) was founded in 1994 to serve the needs of the Orthodox/traditional LGBT community. For more information, click the GLYDSA button.

Not in the New York area? Check out our Resources/Links page as well as the rest of the site.

Map Shavuot Map of Central Park