With its second season, the Emmy-winning Amazon series has become the queerest, most feminist storytelling to appear on the small screen. But that’s not even the boldest thing about it.
An emerging community of Jewish “kinksters” have been exploring the connection between their faith and BDSM. Which isn’t as sacrilegious as it sounds.
An abortion made this former Hasidic woman pro-choice. Now living in Texas, where only 7 clinics remain, she’s able to shed light on what it feels like to believe your body is not your own.
The formerly Hasidic writer used to be covered from head to toe when she went out in public. Then she uncovered her true self.
Ever since the writer converted to Judaism, she’s been told she’s not a real Jew. Does this identity disparagement sound familiar?