An online community & magazine written by and for self-identifying Jewish teen girls ages 13-19.
“To showcase my colorfulness, I will talk about sadness.”
“The Jewish community has a very important role to play now in the continued acceptance of the Queer community.”
"One of the first things that struck me about my teacher was how much physical paper he printed and distributed to the class."
“A year and a half ago, Armando was arrested at night and taken from his wife Sylvia and their two sons without warning. He was subsequently deported to Mexico without a wallet, phone, or identification of any kind.”
“I do know one unsettling truth. It does not matter how much we identify with our heritage, because other people will always identify us by it."
In this personal essay, Makeda shares one instance of the racism that impacts her, her family, and America.
Your body image can be shaped by the language and values you choose to associate with it.
Ahava recounts her struggles with an eating disorder that shaped how she viewed her worthiness in the world.
"I discovered that it does not matter if others think I am Jewish or not because my Judaism is personal to me and it is whatever I want it to be."
December 14, 2017 Dear Cece, Today is the day you will officially decide that you have had enough of the way you look. You will become...
Emma explores her identity as someone who is both Asian and Jewish.
"Lesbian. Pro-Palestinian. Orthodox Jew...These labels don’t really jive in my community."