Women's Roundtable: JAP-TV; Jewish Eggs; Mah Jongg's Evolution

In the second installment of our women’s roundtable podcast, the Forward’s web editor Gabrielle Birkner speaks with Forward editor Jane Eisner, Lilith editor Susan Weidman Schneider and Lilith associate editor Sonia Isard about a proposed reality show about self-proclaimed Jewish American Princesses, the evolution of the game of mah jongg, the high demand for Jewish donor eggs and the first crisis pregnancy center geared toward Jewish women. The editors also recall the moment they first knew they were feminists.

Listen to the first episode of the women’s roundtable podcast, in which editors discuss the rabba debacle and the yenta’s changing face here.

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