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"I told the children that I'm not religious anymore": Gal Rubin from "Hasharot" talks about coming out with the question - voila! culture


In the elimination episode of "Survival" that will be broadcast tonight on Network 13, Gal Rubin talks openly about the exit process in her question. watch

A segment from the reality show "Survival" of Network 13, in which the contestant Gal Rubin talks about the exit process in her question (Network 13)

In the elimination episode of "Survival" that will be broadcast tonight (Motash) on Network 13, contestant Gal Rubin openly tells about the process of coming out in her question. Watch the exciting segment (above).

"I got married at the age of 17 and put on a headdress and tights," Rubin tells other contestants. And then a wig.

I had a wig when it was a costume, and you always take a part off, every time I was a little bit looking for how to get rid of it, so they would crush me.

The only people I held accountable for my process was my children.

I just sat them down, when their father left the house, and slowly I knew just what to say."

"I told them that I'm not religious anymore, and that I'm just the same mother, and that it doesn't matter if a person believes in Buddha or trees and if they're gay or trans or lesbian, or whatever their religion, race, gender is, the most important thing in the world is that you be people who don't steal and They lie, and they have a way of life. And as long as you have good morals, you are better than anyone else, and no one will tell you otherwise. And they manage to see the world a little differently than what I was able to show them when I was married, and I am so happy about that."

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Source: walla

All tech articles on 2023-02-04

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