Lilith FeatureWriting from the Outside
Lilith's annual Jewish feminist look at books for young readers
These Jewish lesbian academic activists resist wedded coupledom, for very good reasons.
It would be written on sand, or on a hand colored photo graph of a country with nobody waiting with guns, no thatched roofs on fire, no hiding in trees... Read more »
What this Jewish summer camp offers--common showers--brings unintended lessons, including the body-equalizing revelations most women experience only in a Loehmann's dressing room. And Joan Jacobs Brumberg talks to Ilana Kramer about female appearance and anxiety.
A short story about the inquisition and its aftermath
She just gave birth to her own child. Now a Jewish woman who years ago donated her eggs to an infertile couple looks back on her extraordinary choice.