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  • On this episode of The Salon, Jewish women discuss lessons from Hurricane Sandy, the “Jewish Vote” in the 2012 presidential election, sex education in the Orthodox community, and how to game J Date to meet your mate.

    Featuring media consultant Amy Webb, author of “Data, A Love Story”; sex educator Dr. Jennie Rosenfeld, co-author of “Et Le’ehov: The Newlywed’s Guide to Physical Intimacy”; and freelance journalist Sarah Seltzer, a regular contributor to The Sisterhood blog.

    Hosted by Forward Editor-in-Chief Jane Eisner, with Rachel Sklar of Change the Ratio.

    Watch the complete episode of The Salon 21:

    On How to Game JDate:


    On Lessons from Hurricane Sandy:


    On the “Jewish Vote” in the 2012 Presidential Election:


    On Sex Education in the Orthodox Community:

    Return to The Salon homepage.





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    Row J 5. Matthew Broderick, Tony Danza, Jackie Hoffman, Billy Joel, Judith Light, Ben Rimalower, Sting and more appear on the December episode of theater-oriented show. Row J meets the cast and creatives of “Honeymoon In Vegas.” “The Untold Tales of Broadway, Volume 2’s” Jennifer Ashley Tepper tells all. Playbill.com’s Carey Purcell joins contributing critic Jesse Oxfeld at the Row J Roundtable to preview the Spring 2015 Broadway season.

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    The Salon 37. Jewish women discuss: ideas for liberation this Passover, gains made for haredi women in the Israeli elections, brands and social issues, and parenting tips for co-host Rachel Sklar, who’s nine months pregnant! Featuring Dr. Esther Altmann, Director of Pastoral Counseling at Yeshivat Maharat; Andrea Salwen Kopel, Executive Director of NCJW-NY; and Lenore Skenazy, host of the television series “World’s Worst Mom.”