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As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Much of this question is not clear in halachanot clear in halacha. Status of female penetration is not clear in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

Rashi, (Lev 20:13) describes the prohibition as 'entering like a brush into a tube'. This is a euphemism used in the Talmud, (Makkos 7a) to describe the forbidden action. The context of the talmud strongly suggests that only the usual body part is forbidden, on a biblical level, and the Rambam, (Hil' Issurei Biah 1:9,11), explains this action in detail, mentioning only the usual body part. He also codifies the biblical-level prohibition as being between two men, (ibid 1:14).

As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Much of this question is not clear in halacha. Status of female penetration is not clear in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

Rashi, (Lev 20:13) describes the prohibition as 'entering like a brush into a tube'. This is a euphemism used in the Talmud, (Makkos 7a) to describe the forbidden action. The context of the talmud strongly suggests that only the usual body part is forbidden, on a biblical level, and the Rambam, (Hil' Issurei Biah 1:9,11), explains this action in detail, mentioning only the usual body part. He also codifies the biblical-level prohibition as being between two men, (ibid 1:14).

As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Much of this question is not clear in halacha. Status of female penetration is not clear in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

Rashi, (Lev 20:13) describes the prohibition as 'entering like a brush into a tube'. This is a euphemism used in the Talmud, (Makkos 7a) to describe the forbidden action. The context of the talmud strongly suggests that only the usual body part is forbidden, on a biblical level, and the Rambam, (Hil' Issurei Biah 1:9,11), explains this action in detail, mentioning only the usual body part. He also codifies the biblical-level prohibition as being between two men, (ibid 1:14).

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As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Much of this question is not clear in halacha. Status of female penetration is not clear in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

Rashi, (Lev 20:13) describes the prohibition as 'entering like a brush into a tube'. This is a euphemism used in the Talmud, (Makkos 7a) to describe the forbidden action. The context of the talmud strongly suggests that only the usual body part is forbidden, on a biblical level, and the Rambam, (Hil' Issurei Biah 1:9,11), explains this action in detail, mentioning only the usual body part. He also codifies the biblical-level prohibition as being between two men, (ibid 1:14).


As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Status of female penetration is not clear, in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Much of this question is not clear in halacha. Status of female penetration is not clear in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

Rashi, (Lev 20:13) describes the prohibition as 'entering like a brush into a tube'. This is a euphemism used in the Talmud, (Makkos 7a) to describe the forbidden action. The context of the talmud strongly suggests that only the usual body part is forbidden, on a biblical level, and the Rambam, (Hil' Issurei Biah 1:9,11), explains this action in detail, mentioning only the usual body part. He also codifies the biblical-level prohibition as being between two men, (ibid 1:14).


As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Status of female penetration is not clear, in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Much of this question is not clear in halacha. Status of female penetration is not clear in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

Rashi, (Lev 20:13) describes the prohibition as 'entering like a brush into a tube'. This is a euphemism used in the Talmud, (Makkos 7a) to describe the forbidden action. The context of the talmud strongly suggests that only the usual body part is forbidden, on a biblical level, and the Rambam, (Hil' Issurei Biah 1:9,11), explains this action in detail, mentioning only the usual body part. He also codifies the biblical-level prohibition as being between two men, (ibid 1:14).

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As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Much of this question is not clear in halacha. Status of female penetration is not clear in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

Rashi, (Lev 20:13) describes the prohibition as 'entering like a brush into a tube'. This is a euphemism used in the Talmud, (Makkos 7a) to describe the forbidden action. The context of the talmud strongly suggests that only the usual body part is forbidden, on a biblical level, and the Rambam, (Hil' Issurei Biah 1:9,11), explains this action in detail, mentioning only the usual body part. He also codifies the biblical-level prohibition as being between two men, (ibid 1:14).


As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Status of female penetration is not clear, in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Status of female penetration is not clear in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

Rashi, (Lev 20:13) describes the prohibition as 'entering like a brush into a tube'. This is a euphemism used in the Talmud, (Makkos 7a) to describe the forbidden action. The context of the talmud strongly suggests that only the usual body part is forbidden, on a biblical level, and the Rambam, (Hil' Issurei Biah 1:9,11), explains this action in detail, mentioning only the usual body part. He also codifies the biblical-level prohibition as being between two men, (ibid 1:14).


As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Status of female penetration is not clear, in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Much of this question is not clear in halacha. Status of female penetration is not clear in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.

Rashi, (Lev 20:13) describes the prohibition as 'entering like a brush into a tube'. This is a euphemism used in the Talmud, (Makkos 7a) to describe the forbidden action. The context of the talmud strongly suggests that only the usual body part is forbidden, on a biblical level, and the Rambam, (Hil' Issurei Biah 1:9,11), explains this action in detail, mentioning only the usual body part. He also codifies the biblical-level prohibition as being between two men, (ibid 1:14).


As is always the case for practical questions, consult your Local Orthodox Rabbi.

  • Status of female penetration is not clear, in halacha. Gender of a woman in situations described in the question is not clear in halacha. Rabbinic ruling in this area is also not clear in halacha. It is very important to ask an Orthodox rabbi for guidance.
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