Jewish TV Network and Ari Gold

Who knew?
(In my best Jewish voice).

Who knew there was Jewish TV Network?

I mean, I was watching New Jewish Cuisine last night because they offer good recipes, and to get them I was directed to the web site for the show. But it took me to the Jewish TV Network site.

There are all kinds of videos (of TV shows, I guess) about food, healthy sex, gay pride in Jerusalem, news from Israel, Young @ Heart, interfaith marriage, Mark Knopfler and more. Search and find.

They don’t provide a way for me to embed their video, but here is the one titled Pride and Prejudice about gay pride in Jerusalem. Seeing two drag queens singing Abba’s “Waterloo” is worth it.

And they have at least one video by Ari Gold…no, not the HBO “Entourage” guy from Queens, but the hot one, from the Bronx.

This video, Love Will Take Over, is featured on the site.

How far into that video before he sets off your gaydar?

From the Ari Gold website:

As an artist and activist Ari has remained at the forefront of the fight for human rights. His song “Home” can be heard on the Human Rights Campaign’s benefit album Love Rocks along with music by Melissa Etheridge, Christina Aguilera, Dolly Parton, and Carole King. He contributed “Bashert (Meant To Be)” to the American Civil Liberties Union’s (ACLU) benefit CD Marry Me, released in an effort to secure the rights of same sex couples. Ari has also worked with charitable organizations to help LGBT youth, and for AIDS research and awareness.

Ari we appreciate your work for human rights. And we appreciate this earlier video for Wave Of You.

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