An insider's view of the 2006 CJLS gay vote.
If homosexuality is not chosen, then there is precedent in Jewish law for condoning it.
Some Jewish thinkers condone homosexuality, despite the condemnation of homosexual sex in Jewish law.
Some traditional Jewish authorities condemn homosexuality, while advocating compassion for individual gays and lesbians.
The Torah does not address lesbianism, but later rabbinic commentators frowned upon it.