Kellen Kaiser was born in San Francisco. She is loved and supported by her four lesbian mothers and one younger brother. As a child, she frequently represented the gay community as a speaker on panels and in the media. Her story has appeared on CNN, in Marie Claire and in the Seattle Times.

Kellen went on to attend NYU Tisch where she founded a dialogue group about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Post-graduation, and making good use of that college degree, she became a nanny/actress, and an inconsistent blogger.  She has recently published her first book, Queerspawn in Love.

 

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CLGS Jewish Queeries: Kellen Kaiser

Kellen Kaiser reads from her book "Queerspawn in Love." Born in San Francisco, Kaiser is loved and supported by her four lesbian mothers and one younger brother. As a child, she frequently represented the gay community as a speaker on panels and in the media. Her story has appeared on CNN, in Marie Claire and in the Seattle Times.Kellen went on to attend NYU Tisch where she founded a dialogue group about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Post-graduation, and making good use of that college degree, she became a nanny/actress, and an inconsistent blogger. She has recently published her first book, Queerspawn in Love.

Posted by Center for LGBTQ and Gender Studies in Religion – CLGS on Thursday, November 14, 2019