guest editor Sarah Blustain

Why Feminism is a Model for Jewish Men Now

What you are about to read are the musings of four men on remarkable journeys — journeys to give back power. It’s the old kind of male power they are handing back — the kind of power that came from being inside the walls of the maledominated synagogue, or, happily, outside the confining, distaff walls. They want to be free from Manhood in its old-fashioned form.

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Why Feminism is a Model for Jewish Men Now

The articles in this special section:


by Melanie Weiss

Gender After Feminism

by Rabbi Steve Greenberg

Bottoming for God

by Jay Michaelson

David The Father

by Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofky