New models for how to manage the expectations (and expenses) confronting Jewish mothers in the “lean in” era. The kinesthetics of feminist prayer. And three new short stories: the haiku as revenge, an angel on the balcony, and how to hate your hair.
Feminists changing the Israeli Knesset. Jewish mothers on raising sons who are full of rage. Jewish in jail: a rabbi befriends a woman prisoner. And a very modern take on kibbutz sex.
Why did your therapist become a therapist? A teen fights the inner battle between outer beauty, her Jewish identity, and her nose. A Jewish mother on the Boy Scouts’ anti-gay policy.
Consent and the single girl: 20- and 30-somethings talk about how to talk about it. New farming communities merge ecology and social justice. A think tank on remaking Jewish divorce.