Dr. Ruth offers her clues—about sex, turtles, and more. The Obama White House seder chef dishes out her family’s culinary history. The memoir that has Canada confronting sexual violence. Paula Vogel on making art in a dangerous time. How men handle break-ups. SPECIAL SECTION: 12 battle-tested feminists on what we do now.
The power of making art in a dangerous time.
For so many who’ve had a sibling die young, memories stifled by the family’s silence never get released.
After the Women’s Marches that followed the Trump inauguration, Lilith asked 12 battle-tested feminists: What do we do now?
Susan Weidman Schneider with photographs by Joan Roth
How can sex be better in the morning? Why stick your neck out? What’s the secret appeal of dollhouses? Just ask.
“I thought we were working on our relationship.”
Preparing food for her family from age 7, the Obamas’ seder chef could have rebelled. Instead, Barocas chose to love kitchen tasks and traditions—Sephardi and Askenazi alike. Bonus: that White House haroset balls recipe.
“Blood.” “Frogs.” “Lice.” The plagues are read, and after each they dunk their fingers in their glasses and flick the dark red wine at their plates.
Marriage, she adds silently to the list.
“Boils.” “Cattle disease.” “Death of the first-born.”
The aftershocks from a summer job.
Bring Your Teaspoon to the Revolution
Her Protein Could Be a Major Medical Advancement. And She’s Shomer Shabbat, Too.
Saturday Night Live, Broad City, And More: The Subversive Power Of Female Comedians Punching Up
What Do You Wear to Get Divorced?
This Holocaust Survivor Just Earned The Honorific “Dancing Angel.”
Proven: Abortion Doesn’t Harm Your Mental Health
I’m A Rabbi. Here’s Why I Decided To Get Arrested Protesting.
Transitioning As A Hasidic Rabbi
Jewish Fatherhood Needs a Makeover
Author Monette Chilson On Creating A Children’s Book About Lilith…
Artist Helène Aylon Finishes A 20-Year Series