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The Vagina Monologues

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The Rock and the God Place

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Happy Birthday, Judy!

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Keeping Quiet

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Touchdown?

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One of our favorite pieces we've ever had the privilege to publish on Jewishness and sexuality: "I Sing the Body Asexual" by Daphna Silver (pseudonym), linked in our bio. 🏳️‍🌈 

"I am not a walking contradiction. I am a sex-positive feminist and a sex-neutral asexual and a Modern Orthodox woman all at once. I am a sexually liberated woman. I know myself and my needs better than anyone, and you know yourself and your needs better than anyone. And whatever those needs are, I support you. And I look to you to support me."

One of our favorite pieces we`ve ever had the privilege to publish on Jewishness and sexuality: "I Sing the Body Asexual" by Daphna Silver (pseudonym), linked in our bio. 🏳️‍🌈

"I am not a walking contradiction. I am a sex-positive feminist and a sex-neutral asexual and a Modern Orthodox woman all at once. I am a sexually liberated woman. I know myself and my needs better than anyone, and you know yourself and your needs better than anyone. And whatever those needs are, I support you. And I look to you to support me."
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A gem of a poem from Lilith's archives by Ruth Sabath Rosenthal. Read the rest of Lilith's Spring 2010 issue online — link in bio!

A gem of a poem from Lilith`s archives by Ruth Sabath Rosenthal. Read the rest of Lilith`s Spring 2010 issue online — link in bio! ...

"Cancer has a way of dehumanizing you and making you feel like you have no control. Whenever we had to stop having sex because I was in pain I felt like the cancer was winning."

Read Ali Walensky's moving essay on kink as a way to begin to heal from breast cancer at 25--linked in our bio. ❤️

"Cancer has a way of dehumanizing you and making you feel like you have no control. Whenever we had to stop having sex because I was in pain I felt like the cancer was winning."

Read Ali Walensky`s moving essay on kink as a way to begin to heal from breast cancer at 25--linked in our bio. ❤️
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