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“Hot Guys” in Tel Aviv

Pride Tourism in Israel

Amit Kama and Yael Ram

conspicuous symbol for this phenomenon (probably unique in the world) is the Tel Aviv Municipal LGBT Community Center, which opened in June 2008. Administered and funded by the city, the center, whose director and managers are city employees, hosts some 30

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A Woman of Valor Goes to Court

Tort Law as an Instrument of Social Change under Multiculturalism

Ella Glass and Yifat Bitton

, Yoav . 2015 . “ The Boundaries of Social Transformation through Litigation: Women’s and LGBT Rights in Israel, 1970–2010 .” Israel Law Review 48 , no. 1 : 3 – 38 . 10.1017/S0021223714000284 Englard , Izhak . 1987 . “ Law and Religion in Israel

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From Yehuda Etzion to Yehuda Glick

From Redemptive Revolution to Human Rights on the Temple Mount

Shlomo Fischer

even, for some, LGBTs). People or groups that wish to extend rights, privileges, equal treatment, or peace agreements to such outside groups are sometimes called ‘moderates’ while those who wish to deny them such things are called ‘extremists’. However

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Menachem Keren-Kratz

the LGBT community’s ‘pride parade’ in Jerusalem. While in the past the parade met with violent demonstrations, recently, as a result of direct dialogue with the authorities, the parade route has been diverted to a remote location and has since taken

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Moral Thresholds of Outrage

The March for Hrant Dink and New Ways of Mobilization in Turkey

Lorenzo D’Orsi

), members of the LGBT community, human rights activists, and the so called “apolitical youth”—the young born after the 1980 coup who have been publicly stigmatized as individualistic and apathetic because of their detachment from politics and consumerist

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The Social Life of Fighting Words

The Case of Political Correctness

Ronald S. Stade

’s (later gender) studies, Chicano (later Latina/o) studies, Native American studies, LGBT studies, and so forth were introduced at ever more universities and colleges. The composition of the student body changed as well. Ivy League universities in the