"The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone."
The Stonewall Seder:
A Ritual Dinner of Queer/LGBT Pride
The Stonewall Seder is not a Passover Seder—it was specifically created to celebrate LGBT/Queer Jewish Pride with a ritual dinner held on the Shabbat before the annual Pride March in New York.
First celebrated in 1995, the text has been revised, updated and adapted many times—for use at the congregation where it was first celebrated, and at other congregations around the world. Sections of it have been reprinted in siddurim and in other, more traditional Passover Haggadot.
If you’re interested in learning more, or wish to download a version of the Haggadah, go to stonewallseder.com