In her recent New York Times article, “Regulating Sex,” Judith Shulevitz expresses concern about the new proposed affirmative consent laws, what is commonly referred to as “yes means yes” laws.
It’s been 20 years since Cher Horowitz, heroine of the 1995 teen classic “Clueless,” revolutionized what it means to be a Jewish American Princess. Today, Cher’s legacy is a cultural staple, evident in our speech, fashion, and even our values.
Working mothers have more successful daughters and more caring sons according to a recent study conducted by Harvard Business School. The study suggested that the daughters of working mothers are more likely to work, to be in a supervisory position and to earn more money than daughters of women who don’t work outside the home.
“Raizes” is not exactly “My Yiddishe Samaba Mama” — but it is close.
“Pulpit Plus One: The Secret Lives of Rabbis’ Husbands, Partners, and Wives” features the voices and experiences of the partners of pulpit rabbis. In this interview series, “Pulpit Plus One” takes an honest and lively look into the nuances of a complex role.