Reeh – ‘Choose Life’: A Privilege or a Duty? - Parshat Reeh- ‘Choose Life’: A Privilege or a Duty? In a world that sees relativism and absolutism as interchangeable, the Torah tells us, loud and clear:...
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I spent years struggling with who I was and who I thought G-d wanted me to be. I felt that one of my life’s missions was to reconcile the fact that I was born into a female body but felt that I was really a boy inside. I thought that with enough prayer and devotion, those feelings would leave and I would feel “right” with myself and with G-d. I knew without a doubt that one could not be gay and an Orthodox Jew, I didn’t even know that someone could transition from their birth gender/sex.
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