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Please know I'm going to bitch my way through anything that's not large and smelly in the best way possible.

Your scooped-out bread ball with low-fat cream cheese is offensive to me.

But still, Orthodox women and LGBTQ-identified people feel marginalized in Orthodox communities. But I don’t feel like I belong on the women’s side either.” Ray also echoes the sentiment that Orthodoxy can be sex-positive, but only within marriage: “I know plenty of Orthodox couples who’ve been encouraged by their rabbis to try BDSM to stimulate a lagging sex life, but [polyamory] would still be a no-no.” For many Jews, the emphasis on family can be something that leads to more sex-positivity.

Ray, who is non-binary, described feeling conflicted when choosing which side “to pick” for praying in Orthodox synagogues (where men and women are traditionally separated). Most children know where babies come from, and sex is encouraged — not demonized.

It is my job as a Jew to live life to the fullest in all ways and I take that responsibility very seriously, man. It's this loyalty that makes me an incredible friend and an incredibly solid partner.

Maybe it's the fact I've had someone call me something terrible because of my religion in the past or maybe it is just what I've been taught from a young age, but when I have my people, I'm with them for good.

Rivkah Standig, a pansexual Reform woman who also identifies as a Jewitch, agrees with Yael.

She feels very supported in Reform Judaism, and less so in Conservative and Orthodox settings.

When it comes to great sex, I feel there can’t be anything better than being a Jewish girl in 2018. Did you want two bagels stacked with spreads on spreads on spreads," my mom will ask you when you visit. The correct answer is always "yes" and the correct follow-up question is "This must be your mother's recipe, right? And no, it’s not for some gross, racist, pervy reason.It’s because our religion, our values, and our culture enables Jewish spaces to be more sex-positive than most — unapologetically feminist and welcoming of LGBTQ individuals. Whatever their level of observance, I feel like I can discuss sex with my Jewish friends, have fun, and not be judged.

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