The Coconut on the Sedar Plate
Tonight the orange is joined by the coconut which represents those who are still locked inside their shell hiding form the world their inner beauty as an out and proud LGBT Jew.  We notice that the shell is nearly impossible to crack with our bare hands making it difficult for the beauty inside it to escape on its own.  We know that once a coconut is opened up the richness of its inner essence pours out almost with excitement of its long awaited liberation.  Tonight we hold up this coconut as a simple of this struggle.

haggadah Section: Rachtzah
Source: Inspired by lgbt writers