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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.

fan like me, you probably shrieked in laughter when Midge said, “All that shit they say about Jewish girls in the bedroom? There are French whores standing around the Marais District saying [French accent], ‘Did you hear what Midge did to Joel’s balls the other night?

’” All jokes aside, there are lots of stereotypes that claim Jewish girls are prudes, and therefore bad in bed.

Even if those passages still have elements of the patriarchy (rabbinical student Erik Uriate says the sages meant these instructions to produce healthy, intelligent sons), that’s a commandment that I’m in full support of. my college years would have been a lot more fun if more men followed this particular commandment.

Speaking of sexually pleasing one’s wife, many Orthodox women feel conflicted about the extent to which Judaism is sex-positive.

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.

I feel like I have to end this with a "l'chaim," so … Jewish food is delicious when done right and, again, by "right" I mean exactly the way it was prepared for me each holiday growing up. It's a result of years of killing it on the bar mitzvah, camp, and college circuits. Worried about your potentially awkward upcoming work dinner? Though you may be astounded by how many ways things that happened this year can be related back to the summer of 2007, remember my fondness for camp is rooted in my unbreakable fondness for tradition and my love of all things family. …And your trip to Israel was probably great too but it wasn't as great as her Birthright trip. Consider this your friendly reminder to not call people things if you don't really know what they mean. If you can't handle me at my mild mishegas, you don't deserve me at my best kvelling … Please know I'm going to bitch my way through anything that's not large and smelly in the best way possible. Your scooped-out bread ball with low-fat cream cheese is offensive to me.

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