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Summer 2006

Summer 2006

Out of the closet & under the huppah: a lesbian couple & their traditional wedding. How do you treat your household help?

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Spring 2006

Spring 2006

Single Jewish women adopting Chinese orphans. Trafficking modern-day sex slaves. Is a stay-at-home mom wasting her Harvard degree?

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Winter 2005-2006

Winter 2005-2006

Words can hurt: verbal trauma from an abusive spouse. Female reporters have a different lens on the news from Israel. Looking for (late) romance.

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Fall 2005

Fall 2005

"Our Body Ourselves" at 35, and its unsettling changes. Passionate Paintings from Joan Snyder. A new Hanukah heroine: Judith.

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Summer 2005

Summer 2005

The JAP today: Revile her, or reclaim her? How Jewish do Jewish women feel when their partners aren’t? Second-generation Holocaust memories.

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Spring 2005

Spring 2005

Jewish women’s salons: making a revolution in your living room. How a courageous bubbe saved the Kentucky coal mine strikers. Vulva consciousness.

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Winter 2004-2005

Winter 2004-2005

Genetics & Breast Cancer--What to Do? Her pulpit leads to politics on Chicago’s mean streets. One woman’s Birthright Israel experience.

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Fall 2004

Fall 2004

Teen girls who like their bodies. After having her own baby, an egg donor revisits her choice. Eighteen authors confess to being outcasts.

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Summer 2004

Summer 2004

Emerging from the matrushka doll, Russian/Jewish/American women dish about other American Jews. A new Jewish mother enters the Mommy Wars.

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Spring 2004

Spring 2004

Twentysomethings look back at their divorced parents. Single-sex services in the name of pluralism. The poet Zelda’s sensual Hebrew verses.

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Winter 2016-2017

What's next in our political (and personal) moment? Three responses: PTSD, Purim, Peace marches. How to democratize Talmud. A counterintuitive parenting manifesto. Truths about families as a source of pain—and pleasure.

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