We are building a bigger tent for nonbinary Jews through a third-gender grammar systematics for Hebrew, guided by our Torah and Talmud that teach us to rejoice that which cannot be neatly categorized.
This project is free, open-source, community-based, and grassroots.
It lives and grows and changes with every single person who uses and adds to it.
Thank you to all the amazing people who are enlivening this work through speaking it into ever-renewed becoming!
Deep gratitude to Tal Klausner, Rabbi Jonah Rank, brin solomon, Rabbi Emily Aviva Kapor-Mater, Ze'evi Berman, and so many more.
Lior Gross (they/them/theirs) is a connector who applies their knowledge of ecology as a framework for justice through building critical community connections and fostering diversity for resilience through education.
Eyal Rivlin (he/him/his) is an instructor in the Jewish Studies Program at the University of Colorado Boulder, as well as a musician and love warrior.
We are so excited that you are using the Nonbinary Hebrew Project's grammatical system
in your work!
We want you to use this project and it is free to use.
Please cite our work, so that folks who use your work can find our website and perhaps make works of their own!
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