The High Holidays Are A Real Drag With Shequida

After spending six hours in synagogue, sitting through a sermon I don’t remember, pledging for an appeal I may forget to fulfill, and hearing constant talk about Egypt and Syria, I needed to forget about Rosh Hashanah once and for all. Fortunately, this was nothing a cosmo and a good drag show couldn’t cure.

Still, thanks to a drag queen named Shequida and her inspired musical medley, I realized that no matter how hard I try to escape the Jewiest of holidays, there’ll always be another pop-up synagogue at some New York City gay bar to remind me where I come from.

Can’t wait for her Yom Kippur encore.

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Jayson Littman

Jayson Littman is the founder of He’bro. He’bro produces and promotes events for secular and cultural gay Jews in New York City. For more information, please go to or contact Jayson at Jayson @ myhebro [dot] com. Follow him @jaysonlittman

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