It’s no secret that there’s a dearth of women on panels in the Jewish world. Devorah Blachor imagines how organizers of such confabs can ‘avoid the guaranteed embarrassment of correctly being identified as a bunch of antediluvian blockheads.’
In Devorah Blachor’s Long Island community, Betty Friedan left her mark for eleven months of the year. But once Passover comes around, women return to their domestic domains.
When Barbie doesn’t sell enough, she has to stoop to ever more desperate measures. And it’s not pretty.