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Bonding: Intimacy During — and After — My Cancer

She chose "kink" sex, for pain she herself could control. 

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Her Haunting Paintings Outlasted the Holocaust and Communism

Anna depicted the violence, terror, and chaos of war through her proxy dolls and puppets.

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My Mother, The Summer, The Catskills, and Me

With Borscht Belt Historical Markers, Rani Stevens Goodman’s Catskills photos get a new life.

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A “New Look” at Coco Chanel…

…and her previously overlooked Nazi connections—in 2024

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What I Saw at the White House

For 259 days, these hostages have felt so horribly far away. Their distance at the root of our despair. And here I was, standing next to one of them! She was home! Alive! With her mother!

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"Despite all the sorcery swirling within, The Familiar is an essentially Jewish story of insecurity, poverty, discrimination, and death. Readers know this is a story set in the Inquisition, and that it cannot be free of pain. But we tell stories even when we know that they are tragedies. We tell them over and over, because it would hurt worse to forget." 
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read Laura R. Samotin's review of Leigh Bardugo's new must-read, "The Familiar," linked in our bio. 📕

"Despite all the sorcery swirling within, The Familiar is an essentially Jewish story of insecurity, poverty, discrimination, and death. Readers know this is a story set in the Inquisition, and that it cannot be free of pain. But we tell stories even when we know that they are tragedies. We tell them over and over, because it would hurt worse to forget."
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read Laura R. Samotin`s review of Leigh Bardugo`s new must-read, "The Familiar," linked in our bio. 📕
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Some Classic Lilith for your Saturday: Arielle Silver-Willner's award-winning feature on democratizing pleasure in the frum bedroom. 

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Some Classic Lilith for your Saturday: Arielle Silver-Willner`s award-winning feature on democratizing pleasure in the frum bedroom.

Linked in our bio 🌶️
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☀️Shabbat shalom☀️. May we all have a break from the heat and a moment in the shade. 

A special sneak peek of art from the Summer 2024 Issue. "Late Summer Laundry" by @helenawurzel.

☀️Shabbat shalom☀️. May we all have a break from the heat and a moment in the shade.

A special sneak peek of art from the Summer 2024 Issue. "Late Summer Laundry" by @helenawurzel.
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@ramona.saft, author of “Sophie’s Bag Mitzvah” from Lilith’s Spring 2024 issue, speaks with the titular Sophie (@thesophiescheer) about celebrating the 12 anniversary of her ileostomy surgery, tapping into Jewish tradition and enduring summer camp friendships. 

Read the piece now at link in bio.

@ramona.saft, author of “Sophie’s Bag Mitzvah” from Lilith’s Spring 2024 issue, speaks with the titular Sophie (@thesophiescheer) about celebrating the 12 anniversary of her ileostomy surgery, tapping into Jewish tradition and enduring summer camp friendships.

Read the piece now at link in bio.
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