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Our intersectional struggles as seen through a queer Seder

TweetEd. note: I’m off this week. The wonderful Tobias Rodriguez is filling in for me. Tobias originally hails from Texas and now lives in New York where he works in social media at a reproductive health organization. Every Passover Seder I’ve been to (read: two) has been queer of sorts.  At my Seder this year, my friends [...]
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