Bintel Brief: Ask the Mamele

As the Forward’s East Village Mamele columnist, Marjorie Ingall has never been shy about sharing the details of her life with readers — whether she’s discussing pregnancy, potty-training, Jewish holidays or cancer in the family. Now, readers of the Forward can share the details of their lives with her. For the next month, the Mamele will be doing double-duty as our guest Bintel Brief advice columnist.

So why not take advantage of the Mamele’s wide-ranging expertise? Whether the topic is men (Ingall wrote “The Field Guild to North American Males”), sex (she co-wrote a sex-ed book for teenagers, “Smart Sex”), health (she was a health editor for Sassy) or, yes, mothering, the Mamele knows her stuff.

Could you use a little advice? Send your questions for the Bintel Brief to bintelbrief@forward.com. Letters selected for publication will be published anonymously. Check the Forward Web site Mondays this month for new installments of the Bintel Brief with Marjorie Ingall answering your questions.

To read previous installments of the Bintel Brief, click here. To read vintage Bintel Briefs and learn more about the column’s storied history, click here.

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