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I recently picked up Milton Himmelfarb’s collection, The Jews of Modernity. In one essay from 1971, he quotes the great Rabbinic commentator, Rashi, “They do not write a marriage contract between males: for though the pagans are assumed to practice homosexuality, and in fact, do practice it, they are not so far gone in derision […]
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