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THINKING about Converting to Jewdaism

So, I was raised in a very conservative baptist church, and my whole family is either Christian or catholic, apart from my Dad who converted to Buddhism a while back.

I find that the holy trinity kind of compartmentalizes God, and I respect that religious philosophy, but I find that it makes it difficult for me to embrace the oneness or God. I’ve gone to a couple of Shabbat dinners and I absolutely adored them. I’ve thought about it a lot, and I think I’d like to start talking to a rabbi so I can start the process.

However, I’m a biological female who is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns and is attracted to girls. Will that be a problem, or is that gonna prevent me from being allowed to convert? Would I still be welcome?

Anyways, sorry that was a bit long. If you have any advice I’d really appreciate it 🙂

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