Monday, September 25, 2023

Notice something different? We’ve added a “+” to our name to more accurately reflect our community, which includes teens who don’t identify as girls. We’re making this tweak as a first step while we work toward a new name that will more fully capture who we are. Stay tuned!

Out of Body taken by Danielle Deculus for Push Pins by Annette Greenberg

Push Pins

“I stuck my feet in place with push pins.”
a little handful taken by Sonja Lippmann for Go Curvy Girl Go by Maya Lubaroff by

Go, Curvy Girl, Go!

“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall”
Journaling by Maddie Renert for The Trees Are Bleeding Honey by Orli Adamski

The Trees Are Bleeding Honey

What sweet, sweet things we have in this world.

Do Not Compare Me to a Summer’s Day

“I am a winter’s night of freezing snow”
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after the beach

“i realize now/that loving you is quite like/spending a day at the beach”
Pianist by Hannah Rubenstein for Common Sense by Emma Guzowski

Common Sense

Your common sense will tell you to get what you want And mine will always tell me to get it for you.
Elephant in the Womb photo from a rally

Pro-Choice: An Interview Series

As Jewish feminists, we are deeply frustrated and disappointed by the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision on the Dobbs v. Jackson case to overturn the Roe v. Wade ruling.

Millions of people lost their right to bodily autonomy on June 24th; these interviews share the views of only a few of them. Our hope is that this collection of interviews gives insight into some of the faces and perspectives behind the issue of reproductive rights.

Read the full introduction and all four interviews:

Me, Myself, and I by Noa Kalfus

Me, Myself, and I

“I am a multifaceted and complex individual.”
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Flu Season by Aidyn Levin

Flu Season

Jazz by Liora Meyer


Or Torah by Aidyn Levin

Or Torah


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Share Your Voice and Vision!

jGirls+ Magazine accepts submissions on an ongoing basis from from self-identifying Jewish teenage girls ages 13-19. We accept submissions on any subject of interest to you.

We also pose “theme” questions that our editors and friends are talking about, and we invite you to join the conversation by submitting works on those topics, too.

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