So. I don’t know about you, but I never thought we’d be here. Saying goodbye to Sukkot, the grand festival of rejoicing, the time when we celebrate harvest, honor abundance,… Read more »
Sukkot is supposed to be the holiday of rejoicing. And yet for me, a particularly difficult time, as a single woman. Usually, it’s the week before Sukkot that I put… Read more »
For demanding gender roles of others, intentionally or unintentionally, passing judgement on someone’s appearance to assume their capabilities and hurting feelings in the process
In fact, in many traditional communities, the work of preparation for Passover falls disproportionately on women.
Can we build a non-hierarchical world of post-patriarchy with structures focusing on flexibility, collaboration and community?
There is a word for this horrific status of women: Agunah. Literally, chained.
If you’re looking for something feminist to add to your Tu b’Shvat seder.
The story of the Egyptian exile is told and retold as a story of human redemption from oppression, of expanding from a state of limited consciousness to openness.
How can the Jewish community be more supportive of single women who seek to have families?
Like the Hasmonean midrashic heroine, we all must stand up now and say: Are you really blaming me for baring my soul?