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At Orthodox Mental Health Group’s Forum, Openly Gay Jews Get Their Say And Some Support


Editor’s Note: Look for more on the Nefesh International conference in a forthcoming issue of The Jewish Press.

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HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. – The 15th annual conference of Nefesh International, an association of Orthodox mental health professionals, was a study in inclusion.

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