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a really sexy story in a weird way.” Beruriah, a devout scholar and loving wife, was tricked by her husband Meir who arranged for her to be seduced by one of his pupils so he could prove that women were vulnerable to “sexual sin,” just like men. And that’s hot.” Of course, ultimately, most religious texts are still written by the patriarchy, for the patriarchy.When Beruriah found out that she was tricked, she was furious and committed suicide, while Meir exiled himself in shame. But if you read between the lines, you can find feminist messages everywhere.And no, it’s not for some gross, racist, pervy reason.It’s because our religion, our values, and our culture enables Jewish spaces to be more sex-positive than most — unapologetically feminist and welcoming of LGBTQ individuals. Whatever their level of observance, I feel like I can discuss sex with my Jewish friends, have fun, and not be judged.Rivkah Standig, a pansexual Reform woman who also identifies as a Jewitch, agrees with Yael.
During a menstrual cycle and for a bit after, it’s almost impossible to get pregnant. There's a big difference between cheap and frugal, bro. I feel like I have to end this with a "l'chaim," so … However, she says that Christianity is a much more sex-negative tradition than Judaism, and so “even within more strict [Jewish] denominations, people might care less [about someone being LGBTQ] than in Christianity.” It’s true that Judaism largely lacks shameful messages that cause internal distress, like the concept of hell.It’s also true that while Orthodox Jewish leaders are often unsupportive of LGBTQ people and sex outside of marriage, it’s uncommon for them to publicly attack those who they deem unacceptable.