In “Comfort,” a young man grapples with reconciling his sexual orientation with his religious upbringing.  At times he wants to push his religion away completely, at other times he finds great comfort in his relationship to God.  “Comfort” begs us to reflect on how human beings often gain a sense of liberation and personal identity by crafting their own belief system that breaks out of a set box.

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