Table of Contents:
- Childhood Sexual Abuse
- Childhood Sexual Abuse and Pregnancy
- Adult survivors marrying a Kohain
- Domestic Violence
- Attorneys Experienced Working with Survivors of Sexual Violence
- Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Testifying at Legislative Hearings
- Incest, Pregnancy, Abortion and Halacha (Jewish Law)
- Female Sex Offenders
- Jewish Survivors of Sexual Violence and Pregnancy Issues
- Jewish Feminist Resources - Jewish Feminist Resources gives folks the opportunity to share their "Torah" with each other. We encourage submissions from everyone.
- Bat Kol: Study from the Inside Out A unique educational organization that responds to concerns within the Jewish community and beyond with creative and challenging forums for learning.
- Information about the Mikvah - Site includes information on: How to use the Mikvah, Laws of the Ritual Bath Itself, Using a Running Spring, Time for Immersion, Immersion Procedure, General Rules of Separations on the Skin which invalidate immersion, Post-Immersion, Immersion by a Menstruating Woman, For one who has had a Genital Discharge.
- World Wide List of Mikvah's - Database of Mikvah's all over the world.
- A Ritual for Healing from Childhood Sexual Abuse
- A Ritual of Healing from Sexual Violence
- No Ordinary Bath: The Use of the Mikvah in Healing From Incest
- Healing from Abuse - Mikvah Ceremony for Laura
- Abortion Ritual
Mikvah Articles on Healing
- Bridges: A Journal for Jewish Feminists and our Friends - Bridges illuminates a variety of landscapes: for activists, Jews, feminists, lesbians, it is both bread and roses. In these pages, contemporary Jewish feminist culture and politics come alive in all their tumultuous diversity. Every issue features essays, fiction, poetry, art and reviews on the cutting edge of feminist Judaism, including translations of literature side-by-side with the Ladino, Spanish and Yiddish originals.
- BRIDGES Submissions Guidelines - Bridges is a showcase for the creative work of Jewish feminists. The editors also welcome work by men and non-Jewish women of particular interest to Jewish feminism. We work with each other and with contributors to publish material that recognizes and values difference. We particularly welcome material by Sephardic and Mizrachi Jews, by people of color, by the old and the young, by lesbians, by those with disabilities, and by working-class and poor Jews. We work with contributors who consider themselves more activist than writer to publish new material on what Jewish feminists are doing.
- Lilith Magazine - LILITH, the nation's independent nonprofit Jewish women's quarterly, is named for the legendary predecessor of Eve who insisted on equality with Adam. For 20 years, LILITH magazine has been a unique voice speaking out on the interrelationships of Jewish identity and feminism. The magazine brings news of creative lifecycle rituals and holiday celebrations, restores women to Jewish texts and history, showcases Jewish women writers, educators and artists, and illuminates Jewish women's lives in all their religious, ethnic, sexual and social-class diversity. LILITH is a national magazine, a catalyst for action and the resource center for Jewish feminists. LILITH helps individual Jewish women, campus groups and community organizations work for inclusive social and ritual change. Each quarterly issue of LILITH provides lively reporting, analysis, resource listings, interviews, historical essays, reviews, memoirs, fiction, poetry, and art.
- Parenting issues: Survivors who are parents and parenting children who were sexually abused
- National Jewish Girl Scout Committee - Non-profit organization which works in cooperation with Girl Scouts of the USA. Its functions are: * to promote the Jewish Girl Scout award programs and religious services in Girl Scout Councils . * to assist Girl Scout Councils in extending Girl Scouting in the Jewish Community . * to encourage cultural exchanges with the Israel Boy and Girl Scouts Federation.
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