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Growing up in an ultra-Orthodox family in Brooklyn in the s, Moshe struggled with his homosexuality. There was no discussion of gay issues at the yeshiva, either, he remembers: Everyone was implicitly taught that the only way to channel their sexuality was to get married—to women, of course. That was in , before the popular advent of the Internet. The online universe changed all that.
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From queer text study and institutional inclusion to profiles of queer clergy and youth voices, the Keshet blog features new ideas and reflections by and for LGBTQ Jews and their allies. Department of Public Health , becoming the first state to legally recognize same-sex marriages. Ben Shaul is an Orthodox Jew. Her two children attend an Orthodox day school, and Ben Shaul attended one herself as a child. Though she thinks that some hearts and minds are changing in the Orthodox Jewish community, she acknowledged that change can be a slow process. She talked about how she is still in contact with some of those classmates- a few of whom are out now, as adults.
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From queer text study and institutional inclusion to profiles of queer clergy and youth voices, the Keshet blog features new ideas and reflections by and for LGBTQ Jews and their allies. The Internet has proven to be a powerful resource for the LGBTQ community, and especially so for those members who are more isolated by their communal affiliation or religious practices. Blogs, websites, and listservs help connect LGBTQ Jews, especially Orthodox and other traditional Jews, who struggle deeply to reconcile belief, community, and identity.
Zionism sought to alter forever the image of the Jewish male. Max Nordau was an early Zionist and a proponent of muscular Judaism, the idea that Jews should be corporeally strong. He believed that antisemitism was in some way a blessing to the Jews: it would inspire them to go to Palestine, work the land, and become real men. Ultra-Orthodox Jews reject the Zionist ideal of masculinity.
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