There are usually different levels of moral endorsement of the relationship http://ufp-bdm.com/?p=12382, depending on the genders of the participants. Relationships between male teachers and male students are condemned the most harshly. When a male teacher and a female student are together it results in the teacher being viewed as a pervert and sometimes the student being slut shamed. When it’s the other way around, a female teacher with a male or even a female student is taken far less seriously. An even more outrageous double standard is that emphasis is often placed on how attractive said female teacher is the more attractive said teacher, the more acceptable the relationship is. That said, the trope in fiction probably will involve a Hot Teacher, if only for fanservice purposes.
While this seems like a pretty ridiculous response, unfortunately, Greenberg got many of these, rabbis who seemed fine dismissing him, brushing off his soul and who he was with the flick of their finger, choosing to use Biblical and Talmudic laws to alienate this human being rather than using the same laws to try and embrace him. But, he didn’t expect to find that from his Orthodox colleagues. Rabbi Greenberg is a unique and amazing person, a scholar and master teacher in his own right, and he responded this way to that comment, writing, “While commitment to halachic (legal) norms is central to the definition of Orthodoxy, the rabbi’s comparison is absurd. Human sexuality is not a gastronomic whim, and lifelong intimacy is not a cheeseburger. Nobody jumps off a bridge because he or she is deprived of a cheeseburger. No one sinks in clinical depression or submits to electroshock therapy for the sake of a ham sandwich. The gross misunderstanding of human sexual expression as mere bodily gratification is all the more shocking in this case because the rabbi who made the comparison between sexuality and cheeseburgers is not only a scholar in the rabbinical school but a physician as well.” (p. 12) One more word on Greenberg’s life before coming to today. He remained within the Orthodox world, and is still a leading scholar. He writes in his book, “Is it possible to believe that, in light of new realities, the standard halachic ruling on homosexual relations is in error and still be a loyal advocate of the system? I think so. I am committed to the halachic system, both in theory and practice. However, I believe that the proper Halachah, the one that treats this phenomenon responsibly, honestly, and intelligently, is not the present one. In fact, I believe that avoiding the issue of sexuality and gender at this moment in history will prove disastrous.” (p. 13) I couldn’t agree with Rabbi Greenberg more.
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