As a Woman, Finding My Voice

In academia and work, I kept feeling silenced. Surprisingly, it was people in the Orthodox Jewish community who took me seriously.

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When My Son Clinically Died

He had fallen into a pond and was found blue and lifeless. Then the miracles started to happen.

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How I Conquered My Eating Disorder

Gabi discovered a path out of self-hate, faking it and critical judgments. She found her inner fighter and along with it her health, her passion, and her life.

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Harvey Weinstein and the #MeToo Phenomenon

A silent epidemic is silent no more.

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Forgiving Mengele

Is it right to forgive an unrepentant mass murderer?

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Easy Intimacy Is Making It Harder for Women to Get Married

“Cheap sex” is eroding the value of marriage.

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Don’t Listen to Anna Wintour

Who says we have to accept society’s definition of beauty?

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My Nickname Was Retard: How I Survived Bullying

With no friends and no future in sight, Ben cried himself to sleep at night, even contemplating suicide. But then he had a revelation that changed everything.

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Jews and Beer: 8 Surprising Facts

For centuries Jews have been vital in the production and marketing of beer.

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Does Israel Discriminate Against Arabs?

Olga Meshoe, herself a South African whose family experienced apartheid, settles the question once and for all.

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