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Warning: this episode is spicier than most. We start by discussing why we read about sexual ethics on Yom Kippur, and how even the traditional Jewish view on homosexuality is more nuanced than you’d think. We advise the UC Berkeley law school’s Queer Caucus why it may not want to hold its next event in Hebron. Asher explains Sukkot, and tries (and fails) to describe its four species while avoiding Freudian slips. Finally, John officially launches his one-man effort to make Simchat Beit HaShoeiva great again.