Judaism and Pride

Judaism and Pride12 Aug 2016

In a world where love seems a more precious commodity than callousness, it intuitively made more sense – rationally, emotionally, morally – to skew towards inclusivity. There was nothing to suggest in my life that I ought to see the question of sexual and gender identity in any different way. And then there is the prickly question of religion.

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