By JTS | The Jewish Theological Seminary
posted on March 5, 2013 / 23 Adar 5773
With unsparing honesty and surprising humor, Dr. Ladin wrestles with both the practical problems of gender transition and the larger moral, spiritual, and philosophical questions that arise. Readers can eavesdrop on her lifelong conversations with God, whom she sees as the source of both her agony and hope. Says the Huffington Post, “It’s Ladin’s relationship with Judaism that anchors this book and makes it stand out . . . Orthodox Jewish leaders should thank Ladin for refusing to hide out, for reminding us how human beings should relate to one another.”
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