About Abby

6 comments:

  1. I just got finished reading your book and I found it truly inspirational. I was raised in the Catholic religion and never really realized what you have to go through in your religion. It must take an awful lot of dedication! I wish you nothing but the best in your new life, you are very brave person!!

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  2. I also have just read this book and was raised in a different religious faith (Catholicism as well). I saw a review or some reference online and it sounded intriguing. It was a well written look at another world, basically. Perhaps, a sequel will be written that covers the part merely summarized in the last twenty or so pages. That period surely has a lot of stories too.

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  3. Loving the book! As a gay outsider whose relatives became frum, I have had the advantage of entering both worlds - seeing the joy of a tight community and the pain of anyone who feels "other" in that community.

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  5. I am conservatives Jewish in Jewish neighborhood all my life. Thank you the lessons in your book about ultra-orthordox community and Jewish LGBTQ+.

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  6. Wow! Good for you for accepting yourself.
    I am a teen girl, still in the Chabad-Lubavitch community but in the process of leaving. I find your story very inspiring in my struggle. Thank you for sharing.

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