Israel: What Justice Reform Means for LGBTQ People – Panorama


Sina Maria Schweikle

Omer Weichselbaum is afraid of losing everything. Everything that the LGBTQ community in his native Israel has built up over the past few years. The freedoms. The acceptance. Weichselbaum came out as gay at the age of 29. “Very late,” says the now 33-year-old in a video call in his kitchen in Tel Aviv. His friends would have accepted it quickly, others needed time.

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