Faith and Practice

A Seventeen-Year-Old Jewish Feminist’s 10 Plagues: "If They Listened, They Would Hear Us Planning Our Way..."

Locusts: They descend on us, pick us bare, for the future of the Jewish people. We don’t align with denominations. We don’t look good in demographic surveys. We don’t care about continuity. We care about meaning, and that scares them. We do not exist to feed the future. We are not here to raise Jewish children. We are here to be Jews in our own right.

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