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Homosexuality is accepted in the Torah.
Once partners are married, sex is controlled by the laws on sexual purity.
Jewish women are allowed to have sex during their period.
As long as you love your partner you can have sex with them even if you are not married.
Many Jews follow the tradition of Abraham and have large families.
The City of Sodom & Gomorrah was destroyed because:
It had no temple
It practised homosexuality
The only purpose of having sex is for children.
Views on love and sex are based on Tenakh.
Orthodox Jews do not follow the laws of Niddah, they think they are old fashioned.
The first five books of the Tenakh are known as the: