Miryam Kabakov founded and facilitated the New York Orthodykes, facilitated a support group for ex-Orthodox and Chassidic young people with Footsteps, and is the former director of GLBT programming at the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan. She is the Director of Eshel and Izun/Mizan: A Film and Dialogue Series and editor of Keep Your Wives Away From Them: Orthodox Women, Unorthodox Desires. She lives with her partner and two children in St. Paul, Minnesota. She lives with her partner and two children in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Articles by Miryam Kabakov
Pride and Pain in the Orthodox World
“There was a deep sense of comfort, of relief, of finally feeling like we could be ourselves.” “I was amazed ...
Deena Has Four Mommies: Tales of Co-parenting in Tanach
Jews read sections of the Torah each week, and these sections, known as parshiyot, inspire endless examination year after year. ...