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I was just a baby, but Goldie said she remembered looking into my eyes and making some gesture about the food being terrible and the world being corrupt, and she says I looked at her from my mother’s shoulder in a way that suggested, “Well, at least there’s a shoulder to lean on.” Though she was a fixture in the Chassidic community I grew up in, I didn’t have another conversation with Goldie until I was well into my teens.

I was beginning to stray from the Chassidic traditions, and Goldie had just come out as queer, something our community could not tolerate.

However for those who are extra frum and like to do Mitzvos properly this Mitzvah raises some serious questions.

As we know, we paskin (in Pesachim I think, look it up if you really care) Mitzvos tzrichas kavana.

Once the "sponsor" uploads the form, with any additional comments, to the web site, he/she can then search the site for a possible shidduch for his/her student.

The site is run by Encounter Usa and its Director, Baltimore psychotherapist and self-esteem author, Rabbi Yisroel Roll, who can be reached at [email protected] in singles with medical issyes seeking a shidduch.I started this interview by asking Goldie if she remembered the first time she met me, and she had a different memory.It was during Sukkot and both my family and her family were eating a festival meal at a neighbor’s sukkah.She was sitting behind me in synagogue and touched the sleeve of my sweater, saying, “What a beautiful cardigan!” It baffled me at the time; I didn’t know what the word “cardigan” meant.The "sponsor" must first request a log-in for the site.