Suggested Discussion Questions:
1. Rabbi Moshe Feinstein was a great scholar and teacher. In no other place did he speak of any prohibition of asking question. Why do you think questioning the reason for homosexuality might have been different for him?
2. This responsa was written in 1971, just a few years after the Stonewall riots that gave birth to modern gay liberation. What role might this have played in Rav Moshe's thinking?