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Do I pass enough to be on the men’s side of an orthodox chabad on Yom Kippur?

Do I pass enough to be on the men’s side of an orthodox chabad on Yom Kippur?

I’m ftm and use he/they pronouns. I was raised orthodox jewish and my chabad separates men and women. Usually when I attend I stand in the back as close to the barrier between genders, in the back, and try to avoid attention to make sure everyone is comfortable. This year for Yom Kippur my dad wants me to join him in the middle/front . I want to be respectful and not make anyone uncomfortable. I’ve been in T for almost a year now, my anniversary is sept 29, and people tell me I pass and others say I look butch. I want to both be safe, respectful to both other people and jewish law. My rabbi is supportive, btw. What do you guys think? Do I pass enough?

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