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  • Episode 27 of The Salon airs November 8th, 2013, through February 7th, 2014.

    Legendary sex therapist, author, and TV and radio personality Dr. Ruth Westheimer answers your sex questions on this episode of The Salon. We took questions from TJC viewers and Forward readers and put them to the pint-sized sex-pert. See the clip below for a sample of what she had to say. (Please note this clip contains explicit dialogue about sex.)

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    Clip: Dr. Ruth on the Cover of Marie Claire?


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    Also featured on this episode’s panel are Lea Goldman, Features Director of Marie Claire magazine, and freelance writer Johnna Kaplan, a regular contributor to the Forward’s Sisterhood blog.

    Here’s some of what they had to say about the recent Pew study on the American Jewish community.

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    Clip: What Does the Pew Study on Jewish America mean for the Future of Judaism?


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    Other topics include the upcoming, unprecedented holiday of Thanksgivukkah, and the new play about Dr. Ruth’s life, “Becoming Dr. Ruth,” now playing Off-Broadway, or “near Broadway,” as Dr. Ruth prefers to call it.

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    Clip: Dr. Ruth on “Becoming Dr. Ruth”





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