The Torah of Drag

February 24, 2015 0
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As queer folk, drag is part of our culture. The Torah says that “a woman shall not put on the apparel of a man,” yet drag is also rampant at Purim celebrations across the world. What does Jewish law say about this, and what does this mean for us as queer Jews? This text study is an examination of these questions and a first attempt at answering them.

Event Location: Congregation Eitz Chayim
136 Magazine St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139

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Tuesday, February 24, 2015, 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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