A new daring exhibit launched by Vienna’s Jewish Museum
The Vienna’s Jewish Museum has launched a new controversial exhibit aimed to present love and sexuality in Judaism with the title of ‘Love Me Kosher: Love and Sexuality in Judaism.’
“Dr. Ruth Westheimer” whose performed discussions in modern Judaism on partnership; and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues mentioned that the Jewish Museum exhibits the Torah and the Talmud views on love and sexuality, and explains Jewish wedding rituals.
The exhibit also highlights Vienna as the center of sexology in the 1900s. the Jewish Museum’s website claimed that “Heavenly Sex, Love and sexuality are vital elements in Judaism.”
The Jewish Museum desired aim is to create controversy. one of the taken photos, shows two young religious Jewish men, naked, covered only in a tallit. Another photo is also taken of a naked woman covered in a tallit.
The Vienna’s Jewish Museum curators expressed that “Queer members of the orthodox Jewish community in Vienna see themselves confronted with a widespread rejection of homosexuality.”
Now what kind of Jews do you find yourself? Are you sure that you are the true believers of Torah? Male homosexual acts are forbidden in Judaism. it is written in the Torah that ‘Do not lie with a male as one lies with a woman; it is an abhorrence.’ (Leviticus 18:22).