by Emilia Diamant

Beyoncé & Moses

On the morning of December 13, 2013, I woke up with a smile on my face. I had no idea why. I assumed it had been a good night of sleep, or pleasant dreams, and just wrote it off as the start of a potentially good day. I bounced out of bed and began down the stairs, phone in my hand, like a true millennial.

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Less-Obvious Paths into Judaism

The articles in this special section:
Audrey Flack's art 1

The Real Meaning Behind Audrey Flack’s Art

by Samantha Baskind

Art in this section by Audrey Flack; her realism is inflected by how she reads women in the Bible.

Art by Audrey Flack

Beyoncé & Moses

by Emilia Diamant

A self-styled millennial finds revelation —just like at Mt. Sinai —when a new album drops.

"Eve" by Audrey Flack

Sex & Judaism

by Merissa Nathan Gerson

At an Orgasm Meditation conference (What!?*#!!), the author argues with Naomi Wolf, and does a mash-up of the divine feminine, Talmudic wisdom on sex, and her dad’s traditional Judaism.

transition & converting

Transitioning & Converting

by Sam T.

I was a man in transition, and I was going to welcome myself. I set out to find a community.”