Interview of Max Zev Reynolds

Max Zev Reynolds is Jewish leader and participant in New York queer life. Beginning with their membership in United Methodist Church in Spokane, Washington, Reynolds has explored their faith and gender identity simultaneously. Queer two-step dancing at Apple Ranch and Karen's Queer Country Events; Sylvia Rivera Law Project; and queer bars including Wild Rose, The Gutter, and Twin Peaks have also facilitated their exploration of gender identity. Reynolds advocates for the integration of class issues into the NYC trans community.

Date of Interview:

July 23, 2017

Location of Interview:

Brooklyn, New York

Place of birth:

Spokane, Washington



Interviewed by

Ric Tennenbaum

Summary by

Michelle O'Brien