If I could do it all again I would write you a hundred happy endings, spell your names into each leaf and tree and cloud.
“I may not have gotten a tattoo, but the stars I cut are just as permanent.”
“I disagree with Shakespeare—I believe that words and names are important.”
“How do you mold yourself to fit into two vastly different communities, each owning different places of your heart?”
“Openly discussing menstruation is still considered taboo…”
“Is there truly any rhyme or reason to the workings of the universe?”
“I chose to unapologetically keep on weaving the multifaceted tapestry of my being.”
“Everything’s true to memory, but memory isn’t always true to life.”
“I turned what I considered a fact into a sound, three letters that didn't mean anything more than what it says in the dictionary.”
“Their roots were already set in the New York City suburb I grew up in, but my family's origins were dispersed throughout the globe.”
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...
“I think that's a very complicated decision for people, so I don't ask my patients why they're there, because when we get right down to it, it's really none of my business.”