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Conversion to Judaism and being gay.

In Christianity, some churches when they find out you’re a married gay man, will not baptise you (if you’re not already baptised) and likely will not allow you to partake in certain “sacraments”, such as the taking of the communion in Roman Catholic churches and the likes.

So I’m wondering, if I do decide to convert, and go to let’s say a Modern Orthodox or Conservative Synagogue and of course will have to be honest and be open about the fact that I’m a married gay man, would that be a deal breaker? Will I be asked to end my marriage before converting ? What would the reaction likely to be?

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