Inquirer Staff Writer
Steven Greenberg was a 20-year-old Orthodox rabbinic student from Ohio, studying in Jerusalem, when he realized his affections were "ripping me apart."
So he visited a sage, an esteemed interpreter of Jewish law.
"Master, I am attracted to both men and women," he told Rabbi Yosef Sholom Eliashiv. "What Shall I do?"
The ultra-Orthodox Eliashiv's answer came as a surprise.
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