Amplifying Unheard Voices

When Others Turn a Deaf Ear

When no one else was paying attention, Lilith was listening as women told stories—in their own poignant words—about the ways they are. The magazine is a megaphone for women living Jewish lives in unexpected diasporas: feminist teens, Jews by choice, the elderly. And in Lilith, people in crisis—men as well as women—write about passions and turning points in their lives, and about their feelings of disenfranchisement from Judaism.

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Celebrating Lilith Magazine

The articles in this special section:

Amplifying Unheard Voices

When Others Turn a Deaf Ear

Our Bodies/Ourselves

Pride, Pain, Prejudice

Uncovering the Darker Stories

Taking Risks to Report the Truth

Rethinking Our Relationships

Empathy, Sexuality, Community

Reclaiming Our Reputation

Too Smart, Too Strong, Too Sexy, Too Loud

Catching on About

Power and Politics