Living With Two Identities

For Orthodox Jews, being both observant and actively gay, is a theological taboo. Producer Jon Kalish spoke to four gay Orthodox Jews who are trying to merge their two identities. The group includes an ordained Orthodox rabbi and a Hasidic lesbian living in a frum section of Brooklyn.

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