A group of Conservative rabbis launched a Web site supporting the inclusion of gays in their movement. The site, www.keshetrabbis.org, went online earlier this month and now lists 99 rabbis who support the ordination of gay rabbis and the inclusion of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender Jews in movement activities and institutions. Some of the rabbis also support allowing Conservative rabbis to perform gay wedding ceremonies, though not all have signed on to that.
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