We were right about Brett Kavanaugh

My first piece for the Jewish Journal is live! It’s on the fact that we were 1000% correct about Brett Kavanaugh on the eve of a critical Supreme Court decision that will overturn the protections we won in Roe v Wade.

I graduated! (Freaking finally)

Yes, the rumors are true. Yours truly has finally, finally finished undergrad after 9 semesters of kicking ass in DC. I finished my 4.5 years with a Bachelors of the Arts in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies this past Sunday. It’s taken me quite some time to actually gather my thoughts on the culmination of […]

Why I’m Preparing for Yom Kippur By Protesting at the Supreme Court

Today, the Supreme Court is hearing arguments on whether or not it is legal to fire people for being LGBTQ. In 2019. In America. This is the reality we live in, folks. Yet many, many straight people I’ve talked to in the last few days have no idea this is happening. So read my latest […]

The Jewish response to abortion and why we’re *still* talking about it in 2018

Religious liberty is a term that is most often thrown around by right-wing, conservative-leaning Christians in the context of taking away other people’s rights. These rights tend to be what I would consider progressive, the right to love and marry whomever you choose, the right control when and how you start a family, and the […]

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