Forward How New York's male Jewish intellectuals are still shaping our politics and culture (for better and worse) 17 Jul
A new documentary, "How to Come Alive with Norman Mailer," as well as two books, "Write Like A Man" by Ronnie Grinberg and "The Freaks Came Out to Write" by ...
17 Jul
Kveller I’m a Jewish Grandparent Who Writes About Sex. Dr. Ruth Led the Way. 17 Jul
The author reflects on the influence of Dr. Ruth Westheimer on her life and work as a Jewish grandparent who writes about sex. Recalling her time in the neon...
17 Jul
Jewdicious I Learned About Grief from My Dad 17 Jul
Debbie Weiss reflects on her experience of grief and resilience, learning from her father Morton who became a single parent after her mother's death. Morton ...
17 Jul
Moment Book Review | Love and Fear Drove a Dogged TV Pioneer 17 Jul
Barbara Walters, a trailblazing TV broadcaster, faced personal challenges driven by her family background, including financial instability linked to her fath...
17 Jul
18forty headphones Chava Green: What Is Chabad’s Feminist Vision? [Mysticism II 2/4] 16 Jul
Chava Green, an emerging scholar, discusses how the Lubavitcher Rebbe blended American sensibilities with mystical beliefs, focusing on the role of women. Th...
16 Jul
Mishpacha Manipulated 15 Jul
The author recounts a personal experience of being manipulated by someone named Chaya, who portrayed themselves as a needy victim in order to exploit the aut...
15 Jul
Kveller Dr. Ruth Westheimer’s Life Is Already a Blessing 15 Jul
Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a renowned sex therapist and Holocaust survivor, passed away at age 96, leaving a lasting impact on American society. Born in Germany to...
15 Jul
Chabad.org The Media WON’T SHOW this… (God Saved Her) 15 Jul
Chana reacts to a story of a woman's miraculous escape from the Nazis, highlighting a perspective not often portrayed in mainstream media.
15 Jul
Jewish Review of Books As They Are 15 Jul
Photographer Roman Vishniac's iconic images of prewar European Jews mainly featured men and boys, shaping the Orthodox Jewish imagery. Contemporary photograp...
15 Jul
Jewish Review of Books Portrait of an Artist “Like Buttah” 15 Jul
Barbra Streisand's memoir "My Name Is Barbra" delves into her lifelong pursuit of creative control, showcasing her dominance over albums, films, and concerts...
15 Jul
Jewish Review of Books An Unusable Past? 15 Jul
In Rachel Elior's book "The Unknown History of Jewish Women through the Ages," she delves into the exclusion of women from Jewish education and the impact of...
15 Jul
eJewishPhilanthropy Holding both: Being a universal and particular funder in a post-Oct. 7 world 15 Jul
The column discusses the balancing act of being both a universal and particular funder in the Jewish philanthropic world post-Oct. 7. It emphasizes the impor...
15 Jul
Forward Ruth Westheimer, Holocaust survivor who offered grandmotherly sex advice as ‘Dr. Ruth,’ dies at 96 13 Jul
Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a Holocaust survivor and renowned sex therapist, passed away at the age of 96 in Manhattan. Known for her groundbreaking radio show "Sex...
13 Jul
JTA Ruth Westheimer, Holocaust survivor who offered grandmotherly sex advice as ‘Dr. Ruth,’ dies at 96 13 Jul
Ruth Westheimer, known as Dr. Ruth, passed away at 96, leaving a legacy as a Holocaust survivor, Israeli military veteran, and pioneering sex therapist whose...
13 Jul
Kveller I Feel OK About My Neck 11 Jul
The text delves into the narrator's reflections on aging, parenthood, and self-awareness, inspired by Nora Ephron's sentiments about getting older. The narra...
11 Jul
eJewishPhilanthropy Hebrew Union College: Facing the future 11 Jul
Hebrew Union College recently announced a policy change to admit students in interfaith relationships seeking rabbinic ordination, reflecting a shift in resp...
11 Jul
The CJN Daily with Ellin Bessner headphones When a craft market in Saskatoon banned Zionists, these Jewish parents decided to fight back 11 Jul
In Saskatoon, a craft market supporting Palestine banned Zionists, prompting Jewish parents to form a grassroots group following advice from a Montreal lawye...
11 Jul
Forward What American Jews should know about Project 2025 and its connection to Christian Nationalism 11 Jul
Project 2025, a conservative policy agenda attributed to the Heritage Foundation, has become a concern for American Jews due to its potential impact on autho...
11 Jul
Hadassah Fighting to Hold Hamas Accountable 9 Jul
A group of American and international organizations sent a letter to the United Nations urging them to condemn Hamas for their use of sexual violence against...
9 Jul
Mishpacha Card-Carrying Member 9 Jul
Jewish women, particularly in southern Florida, frequently engage in the intellectually stimulating and socially interactive game of Mah Jongg, finding joy a...
9 Jul
Emes Ve-Emunah Biden, Trump, and the Republican Platform 9 Jul
The text discusses the author's disagreement with both former President Trump's behavior and Democratic nominee Biden's policies. The author highlights Trump...
9 Jul
JTA A new memoir, ‘The Punk Rock Queen of the Jews,’ explores traumatic teenage years in Hasidic Crown Heights 8 Jul
"The Punk Rock Queen of the Jews" is a memoir by Chef Rossi that delves into her turbulent teenage years in Hasidic Crown Heights. Growing up in a challengin...
8 Jul
Tablet Before #MeToo—and After 8 Jul
In the narrative, the author recounts a disturbing event involving a potential encounter with a rapist known as the Center City rapist, part of a series of a...
8 Jul
Moment Opinion | Is the Christian Right Coming for Birth Control? 7 Jul
The article discusses the potential threat posed by the Christian Right to birth control access in the United States, especially following recent legal devel...
7 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Letters to the Editor, 5 July 2024 4 Jul
The letters to the editor touch on various Jewish themes and concerns. Martin Kalson praises Rabbi Arnold Saunders for his dignified and brave behavior at an...
4 Jul
Lehrhaus Should the Bible be Translated in a Gender-Sensitive Way? 4 Jul
The JPS Tanakh: Gender-Sensitive Edition, also known as Revised JPS (RJPS), offers a new translation of the Bible with a focus on gender sensitivity. RJPS re...
4 Jul
Mishpacha On Call — Chapter 13: The Best I Can       2 Jul
The text depicts a Jewish mother navigating the challenges of balancing her medical career with childcare responsibilities. When her babysitter cancels, she ...
2 Jul
JTA Kentucky judge dismisses Jewish mothers’ lawsuit challenging state abortion ban 1 Jul
A Kentucky judge dismissed a lawsuit by three Jewish mothers challenging the state's abortion law on religious freedom grounds, citing lack of standing as no...
1 Jul
JTA Hadar’s new plan has it minting rabbis, opening synagogues and sending teens to Israel. Is it a denomination now? 1 Jul
Hadar Institute's recent strategic plan includes minting more rabbis, establishing congregations, launching programs in Israel, and expanding operations glob...
1 Jul
Kveller Please Don’t Say This About My Jewish Kids of Color 1 Jul
The article recounts a personal experience of a parent navigating the Jewish community with Jewish children of color. It highlights the challenges and prejud...
1 Jul
eJewishPhilanthropy How synagogues can truly welcome new rabbis and staff this month 1 Jul
As synagogues welcome new rabbis and staff on July 1st, Rabbi Mary Zamore suggests that congregations should adopt clear family and medical leave policies to...
1 Jul
eJewishPhilanthropy Don’t just praise Israeli women — invest in them 1 Jul
The text discusses a trip to Kfar Aza, a kibbutz attacked by Hamas, where the group met strong Israeli women who had lost family members in the attack. It hi...
1 Jul
Sonya's Prep Can I still blame it on pregnancy brain if I already had the baby? #costcohaul #shorts 30 Jun
The video showcases Sonya tackling the decluttering and organizing of her kids' closet in order to pass down clothes from her oldest child to the youngest, w...
30 Jun
JTA Sharon Kleinbaum led New York’s queer synagogue through crisis and triumph. Now she’s passing the baton. 28 Jun
Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum led Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, New York's first queer synagogue, for 32 years, overseeing its growth in membership and programs....
28 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Keshet UK and West London Synagogue’s boycott of Pride is pure cowardice 28 Jun
Keshet UK and West London Synagogues' decision to boycott Pride is criticized as an act of cowardice by the author, who views Pride parades as an important d...
28 Jun
Jewdicious Detox On the Rocks 28 Jun
The author recounts her decision to take a solo getaway in Wisconsin after sending her son to camp, reflecting on her initial apprehension and subsequent app...
28 Jun
eJewishPhilanthropy Will USY’s restructuring save Conservative Judaism? 28 Jun
USY recently unveiled a new strategic plan aimed at revamping its structure by eliminating regional divisions and focusing on immersive experiences, chapter-...
28 Jun
New Voices Geographies of Transgression 28 Jun
The text delves into the experiences of a person navigating Orthodox Judaism as a queer individual, shedding light on themes of visibility, surveillance, tra...
28 Jun
Forward ‘Non-Zionary’: How some queer Jews are wrestling with Israel 28 Jun
Queer Jews, both Zionists and anti-Zionists, have encountered challenges in feeling accepted within their communities post Oct. 7. Many queer Zionists have f...
28 Jun
Tablet A Forgotten Ladino ‘Queen’ 28 Jun
"Ladino Queen" sheds light on the remarkable life of Chelly Wilson, born Rachel Serrero, an influential figure in the adult entertainment industry in New Yor...
28 Jun
Jewish Action Summer Reading 27 Jun
"Summer Reading" presents three Jewish-themed books: "Bylines and Blessings" by Judy Gruen, describing her journey from secular upbringing to an Orthodox lif...
27 Jun
Emes Ve-Emunah Judaism Without Jews is an Oxymoron 27 Jun
The text discusses the evolution of Reform Judaism in America, highlighting its initial intention to eliminate differences between Jews and Christians in ord...
27 Jun
Forward Instead of making LGBTQ+ Jews scared of Pride, we should inspire them to march no matter what 27 Jun
The article discusses the concerns of queer Jews about participating in Pride events due to safety and geopolitical conflicts affecting their Jewish identity...
27 Jun
Lilith What I Saw at the White House 26 Jun
The author describes their experience at the White House attending a hearing on conflict-related sexual violence and watching the documentary "Screams Before...
26 Jun
Kveller The Art of the No-Chill Bubbe 26 Jun
"The Art of the No-Chill Bubbe" reminisces about the author's brazen and fiercely independent grandmother, Grandma Rose, who never settled for less than what...
26 Jun
Jewish Insider In Haifa, new coworking space for women shows that it takes a Village  26 Jun
In Haifa, a new women-only coworking space called "The Village" has quickly garnered popularity and support, with 400 women expressing interest in the projec...
26 Jun
Forward Why we observe Shabbat outside an abortion clinic 25 Jun
Jewish individuals gather monthly to observe Shabbat outside the Falls Church Healthcare Center in Northern Virginia, where abortion services are provided. L...
25 Jun
Mishpacha   True Wealth    25 Jun
The text discusses the concept of supporting a husband's spiritual growth in a marriage, drawing on the wisdom of the Eishes Chayil from Proverbs and insight...
25 Jun
Mishpacha Lie of the Land: Chapter 3      25 Jun
Penina, a college student, befriends Rivi, a frum girl with her life meticulously planned. Despite initial wariness, they bond over time and become inseparab...
25 Jun
Mishpacha Where Have You Been? 25 Jun
The writer reflects on how mothers often prioritize everything else over their own health, leading to neglect of important checkups. Amidst the busyness of t...
25 Jun