Friday, August 28, 2015 Elul 13, 5775
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
You're dating someone and getting serious. But something he or she said about a past relationship catches your attention, and you suddenly realize you may not know as much about her history as you thought. You're okay with knowing that the person has slept with others before you, but certain behaviors remain questionable, and you want to find out more...
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
She admired him the whole night, but did not talk to him. It was surprising because the woman I'll call "Judy" was not only quite attractive, but she had a high-powered, high-profile job. She certainly knew how to talk to strangers. Judy was best friends with Aviva, my new friend who had organized a fundraising party at a hip New...
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By:
Adina Matusow, JE Feature
There are many Western religions that promote the belief that physical pleasure is "evil," but that's not so with Judaism. Jews acknowledge that God made the world with physical pleasures for us to enjoy. Physical intimacy with a spouse is one of the most holy and pure connections within Judaism. In fact, it says in the Talmud, "A man is...
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By:
Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
The phone rang minutes after we got into her apartment. A couple of messages already awaited her on her answering machine, and the girl -- I'll call "Amanda" -- let out a deep sigh. "What, do you have a stalker?" I said glibly, not expecting her answer. "Yes, and he just keeps calling me," she said. Amanda alluded to mounting...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
"Hey, hello in there. What's so important? What [do] you got here that's worth living for?" the character Miracle Max asks Westley in 1987 film "The Princess Bride." Westley lies "mostly dead," as opposed to all dead, on his table. He grumbles in response, "True love." Is there a more noble cause? Love is one of the most universally discussed...
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