Suggested Discussion Questions:
1. Does Rav Moshe offer a reason for the prohibition?
2. Why does the fact that even wicked criminals hate homosexuals play a role for Rav Moshe in his understanding of the problem?
3. Rav Moshe seems to be grounding his understanding of homosexuality in a shared (cultural?) disgust. How does a taboo grounded on disgust, say like, canabalism, differ from an ordinary rule?
4. Compare this responsum to his response in Yoreh De'ah 3:115. What is your impression of the language that Rabbi Feinstein uses? How does it compare with medieval responsa and laws that you have seen?