Thursday, August 11, 2022

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!

Revelations by Madeline Pierce - Photo by Zoe Oppenheimer_Revelations


"My sinful thoughts muddle in the wake of intoxication."
Fractured Cracks by Natalie Dweck Romero - Photo by Alex Berman

Fractured Cracks

“We’ve been labeled and scrutinized, we can’t be seen for one language, for one way of being, any longer.”
's Time For Hope by Reut Skromne

It’s Time for Hope

"The sand is slowly trickling into the bottom and as it does, it changes into bombs that are falling on Ukraine."
Häagen-Dazs: A Jewish Story of Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and Ice Cream by Ilena Moses - Photo by Sonja Lippmann

Häagen-Dazs: A Jewish Story of Immigration, Entrepreneurship, and Ice Cream

"When life gives you lemons—build an ultra-premium, kosher ice cream empire."
Tapuzim by Hannah Cohen - Photo by Sonja Lippmann


"I learned my prayers from stuffy sanctuaries and you/stole them from the inside of my cheeks."
Rethinking Religion While Living Abroad by Adina Gerwin - Photo by Hannah Rubenstein

Rethinking Religion While Living Abroad

"It was not until September or Tishri had officially begun, and I was 4000 miles away from home, hanging up the very bent and crumpled holiday calendar my mother forced me to pack that I realized what was coming; the high holidays."
The Everlasting Shadows By Rochel Leah Itzkowitz - Photo by Elise Anstey

The Everlasting Shadows

Do you hide in the shadows of your siblings? Should you?
Barred by Words by Sonja Lippmann

Barred by Words

Masquerade of fear by Emmanuelle Sippy - Photo by Sonja Lippmann

masquerade of fear

The Art of Jewish Food by Dalia Heller

The Art of Jewish Food

Eros by Auden Yurman - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt



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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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