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In this issue: Sex in an Orthodox marriage—the secret is women are the engine! A traveling exhibition spotlights Lilith’s first 25 years. Ceremonies for separating when a relationship comes apart: A Havdalah ritual and a woman-written gett for a male-dominated moment. Why summer camp transforms girls. Fresh new fiction from Israel. “To the Egg”—a new reading for your seder. Cover art by Bella Baran. 

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Frontier Bris

by Shala Erlich

A twentysomething doc with a gleam in her eye takes herself into the O.R. Here's what she thought when science met culture on the circumcision table.

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Divorce

In light of new books on Jews and divorce, Lilith's editors decided it was time to republish two landmark articles about women taking control of the process.

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Celebrating Lilith Magazine

A new exhibition honors the magazine's 27 years of publishing (chai-and-a-half!). Here, a sampling of the treasures from the show, soon to come to a city near you!

Rhythms of the Blood

by C. Devora Hammer

"These things that I tell you are secret," says a young woman who has learned, slowly, to appreciate being the engine of her sex life.

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Roadkill

fiction by Miriam Sivan

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Ode to the Passover Egg

by Rabbi Susan Schnur

A brand new reading for Passover, to help us remember what’s inside us: generations within generations.

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