Category Archives: Feminism

Pussy Grabs Back Deviled Eggs for Passover

I don’t like vulgarity. I love words – written, read, spoken. My professional life as a rabbi and an editor is based on words and their import. Words and how they’re used matter, and are to be carefully considered. When my … Continue reading

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A Generational Blip?: The Last Name Question

The fact that my youngest child is about to leave home and go off to college, and that my oldest child will shortly turn the magical age of 21, is making me weirdly reflective.  It’s amazing to realize that this … Continue reading

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