Not an Orange

As a sign of solidarity with our lesbian sisters, Susannah Heschel added an orange to her Seder plate. This powerful symbol was perverted using a false story about a man telling Ms. Heschel that a woman on the bimah would be like an orange on the Seder plate. Since then, in a misguided attempt to…

Never a Pretty Face

Around the year 1100 BCE, Israel was under the cruel reign of King יבין, or Jabin, of the Canaanites who had conquered the land some years before. The Israelites suffered at יבין’s hand. Yet, as is often the case, two heroes rose up and, in a dramatic display of wisdom and strength, were able to…

Dumbing Down

It was when I was speaking with a man, who I have come to think of as a colleague (despite being in different fields) and friend, when I first realized I dumb myself down for men. Not on purpose, or even consciously. I was embarrassed to realize that with certain men, I instinctively try to…

To Tell the Truth

Elena Pinnow wrote an obituary in which she told the truth. She told the truth and in so doing, she challenges us to do the same. She reminds us to be brave. Brave, when we fear that the truth will embarrass us. Brave, when we are anxious the truth will hurt our career. Brave, when we…

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