TBLJ of That Black Lesbian Jew
Faith of SoQueer
Gay Ex-Choosid of Gay Ex-Choosid
The Gay Black Jew of The Gay Black Jew (for the record he is neither gay, nor black, nor Jewish)
Shoshana/Genevieve of Jewish American Prince-ss
LiveJournal Community of Transgender Jews
There must be more than these, but I can't find any with the magic that is google blogsearch. Anyway, recently Professor Steven M. Cohen published a study on how Conservative clergy and lay leaders feel about the ruling by the CJLS on the recent decision/lack of decision about homosexuality in the Conservative movement. Hence the "conflicted" part in the title. However, what people I knew found the most interesting about the survey was not people's stance on homosexuality, but instead the questions designed to quantify "observance." Professor Cohen asked a number of Conservative clergy about their religious practices, and the numbers were astonishing (at least to me). The most striking of these statistics was that only 37% of Conservative clergy refrain from turning on lights on Shabbat. Wow.
As Lon Solomon would say "not a sermon, just a thought."
I promise that I'll be less scattered in the future.