To preserve families, it’s necessary to adjust to new realities.
The director of an organization dedicated to the healthy depiction of women in the Jewish public square joins us to talk modesty, what it’s good for, and how it can be abused.
Everyone from Netflix to the Forward is fascinated by the ḥaredi matchmaking system because it rejects liberal norms. Here’s what they’re missing.
Is consent, and consent alone, sufficient for modern sexual ethics? That’s the question the writer Christine Emba, this week’s podcast guest, takes up in her fascinating new book.
Democrats and Republicans both seem to think that the family needs help. But they don’t agree on what a family is, or what government support would aim to accomplish.
The Israeli director and the American rabbi team up to discuss her groundbreaking film about marriage and Jewish life.
The decline of marriage has created a social divide within the nations of the West, the likes of which have not been seen in over a century.
David Brooks neglects marriage.
In the era of polyamory and “escaping gender norms,” marriage becomes one script among many.
Even after taking the Orthodox out of the picture.
Cohabitation and kinlessness.
And there’s a connection among them.
A rabbinic “MeToo” reckoning?
A social science with a sacred project.
The most polished writing and
sharpest analysis in the Jewish world.