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“Orthodoxy is a construct created by men who feel the need to be gatekeepers,” Sztokman said.

And for a seasoned feminist like Sztokman, identifying as an “Orthodox woman” became too small a box.

This Skype interview (which had been rescheduled a couple of times already) was pure chaos. A Jewish woman herself, perhaps she’s used to meshugges. She’s the co-creator of a five-week webinar series, “Desire: Sex, Judaism and Feminism.” At the time of the interview, Sztokman had reached the fourth week of her telecourse, a difficult one. Sex therapist and fellow co-creator Talli Rosenbaum (who also lives in Israel) was appearing on the panel that day, alongside sexologist Nachshon David Carmi and psychotherapist Sheri Oz; Sztokman facilitated the discussion.

Correlations between sexual abuse and eating disorders were discussed (a topic Sztokman wants to address in her next telecourse, “Hunger,” which will air in the fall).

When Sztokman approached Rosenbaum with the idea for the series, the duo played off of one another’s areas of expertise.

Sztokman was well versed on gender issues and feminism, and Rosenbaum brought the psycho-social-sexual perspective to the table.

“The broader, the better,” she said of the diverse net she cast for an audience. The west coast manufacturer, Trigg Laboratories is the creator and developer of U. They have been waiting for two years to gain certification and now with their "K" stamp of approval they plan on introducing their products to the Israeli market within the next few months."It's nice to see that rabbis are not shying away from addressing sexual aid, which will facilitate great excitement in the bedroom," Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, author of , said to the New York Post, "People misunderstand Orthodox Jews, in that they believe that they have sex through a sheet with a hole in the middle, that Orthodoxy is profoundly prudish. Kosher lube will soon hit shelves, possibly changing the sex lives for many kosher couples, right in time for the Jewish Valentine's Day.The webinar reflects the many identities of Sztokman who, until two years ago, was living a traditional Orthodox lifestyle.“I started shying away from the Orthodox label — not because my ideas of halachah changed, but just because I find it unhelpful,” she said.

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