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Do you have unanswered questions about Judaism, sexuality and intimacy? Do you want your children to get a better sex education than you received, but lack the language or tools to provide it? Do you want to improve and enhance intimacy in your marriage, but aren’t sure how to go about it? Do you wonder about how Judaism views various aspects of sexuality? Do you have questions or issues that you would like to address – either in Jewish law or regarding sexuality – but there is no one you fe ...
 
A weekly conversation around topics we're all talking about but struggling to do it well online and offline. With a goal to build community, we intentionally engage difficult topics that cover family, friendship and romantic relationships.Subscribe to A2D Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDLs​Follow Us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/adjah_l​ + http://instagram.com/deenemo_​
 
This is a collection of 20 short works (between 3 and 15 minutes long) that are great for work/study breaks, commutes, workouts, or any time you'd like to hear a whole story and only have a few minutes to devote to listening. The theme for Collection 005 is "Love and Relationships", and may include romance, marriage, family relationships, friendships, working relationships, or even human-animal connections! [Summary by Rosie]
 
Amazing Relationships Podcast: Inspiring Love and Possibility features behind the scenes interviews of people who have created turn-arounds in their relationships, relationship q&a coaching sessions, and input from world-renowned relationship experts on what it takes to have thriving relationships. Your hosts Peter and Jennifer Diepstraten, husband and wife team and co-Founders of FamilyCo, designed this podcast to show you that it really is POSSIBLE to have deep, connected relationships and ...
 
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Prudence is joined this week by Julia Turshen, the author of the critically acclaimed cookbooks, Now & Again, Feed the Resistance, and Small Victories. Her new cookbook was released this month, and it’s titled, Simply Julia. She’s also the host of the podcast, Keep Calm and Cook On. Prudie and Turshen dig into letters about what to consider with a …
 
How Important is Age in Dating for Marriage? | A2D: Agree II Disagree with Lawrence E. Adjah & Dalourny Nemorin This #AIID series goal is to have a transparent conversation about the many black family dynamics that we do not often talk about. Whether we accept it or not, our family of origin deeply influences how we’ve been shaped and how we shop i…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Uma Kondabolu, the mother of comedian and prior Prudie guest, Hari Kondabolu. Prudie and Kondabolu tackle letters about how to hold boundaries with a daughter who keeps begging for money, how to handle parents who won’t eat at your home because you allow cats in the kitchen, what to do when you’re put off by your fam…
 
Do Business and Family Really Mix? | A2D: “This is Family Business” Series This #AIID series goal is to have a transparent conversation about the many black family dynamics that we do not often talk about. Whether we accept it or not, our family of origin deeply influences how we’ve been shaped and how we shop in the world. We have difficult discus…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Alexis Coe, a historian and the New York Times bestselling author of You Never Forget Your First: A Biography of George Washington. She was a producer on Doris Kearns Goodwin's Washington series on the History Channel, and is also a producer on the film adaptation of her first book, Alice + Freda Forever: A Murder in…
 
Are Family Secrets Ever Warranted? | A2D: “This is Family Business” Series This #A2D series goal is to have a transparent conversation about the many black family dynamics that we do not often talk about. Whether we accept it or not, our family of origin deeply influences how we’ve been shaped and how we shop in the world. We have difficult discuss…
 
In Episode #30 of Intimate Judaism, Talli Rosenbaum and Rabbi Scott Kahn answer practical sex questions from listeners. Among the subjects covered are: Can a couple experience sexual pleasure when intercourse is medically inadvisable? Why must couples get the first time "over with" on the wedding night? (Or must they?) Is it permissible to masturba…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Chau Tu, a writer, podcast producer, and the editor of Slate Plus. Prudie and Tu tackle letters about what to do when when your husband wants the two of you to move abroad to care for his mother and you don’t want to go, what to consider when you suspect your sister doesn’t really need the wheelchair she uses, how to…
 
How Do You Forgive Your Siblings? | A2D: “This is Family Business” Series This #A2D series goal is to have a transparent conversation about the many black family dynamics that we do not often talk about. Whether we accept it or not, our family of origin deeply influences how we’ve been shaped and how we shop in the world. We have difficult discussi…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Annalee Newitz, a science journalist, science fiction writer, and contributor to the New York Times opinion section. They are the author of the book Four Lost Cities: A Secret History of the Urban Age, and the novels The Future of Another Timeline, and Autonomous, which won the Lambda Literary Award. Prudie and Newit…
 
How Do You Forgive Your Father? | A2D: “This is Family Business” Series This #A2D series goal is to have a transparent conversation about the many black family dynamics that we do not often talk about. Whether we accept it or not, our family of origin deeply influences how we’ve been shaped and how we shop in the world. We have difficult discussion…
 
Prudence is joined this week by culture critic, podcast host and author, Kristen Meinzer. Meinzer currently hosts the podcasts Movie Therapy with Rafer & Kristen, and the podcast By The Book. Her books include So You Want to Start a Podcast, How to Be Fine (co-written with Jolenta Greenberg), and Return to Intercourse: An Amish Romance. She was nam…
 
How Do You Forgive Your Mother? | A2D: “This is Family Business” Series his #A2D series goal is to have a transparent conversation about the many black family dynamics that we do not often talk about. Whether we accept it or not, our family of origin deeply influences how we’ve been shaped and how we shop in the world. We have difficult discussions…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Noah Kulwin, the co-host of Blowback, a political history podcast. He's also an associate editor at The Drift and a contributing editor at Jewish Currents. Prudie and Kulwin dig into letters about what actions to take with a niece who has been stealing from family and neighbors for years, how to handle a stubborn dad…
 
How Do You Define Family? | A2D: “This is Family Business” Preview Episode This #A2D series goal is to have a transparent conversation about the many black family dynamics that we do not often talk about. Whether we accept it or not, our family of origin deeply influences how we’ve been shaped and how we shop in the world. We have difficult discuss…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Colby Gordon, an English professor at Bryn Mawr College, where he teaches weird gay poems. Prudie and Gordon tackle letters about what to do when you fear that transitioning would hurt your career, what to consider when your partner leaves you feeling vulnerable about your finances, how to talk to a close friend abou…
 
Sexual intimacy provides the opportunity to express love with connection, pleasure, and satisfaction. Yet, for people who have experienced sexual assault, sexual violence, and abuse, intimacy can feel very unsafe. Being on guard, and sometimes checking out and dissociating, is what has allowed abuse victims to survive, and the idea of “relinquishin…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Bijan Stephen, a reporter at The Verge, a music critic at The Nation, and a video game columnist at The Believer. He plays T.K. on the actual play podcast Fun City, hosts a couple shows on Twitch, and his writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Esquire, and elsewhere. Prudie and Stephen dig into l…
 
Prudence takes a look at some of the many memorable letters of 2020 with Grace Lavery, Calvin Kasulke, Toni Golan-Vilella, Lizzy Marmon, Justine D’Souza, and Jack Doyle. Prudie and company tackle letters about how to decide if you should you let your best friend raise your troubled daughter, what to consider about rewarding weight loss by getting a…
 
Do Women Really Welcome Men Expressing Their Feelings? Pt 2 | A2D: Myth or Not Series Episode 7 This #A2D series is exploring those long-standing durable “myths” / beliefs that have informed how brothers and sisters show up with family, friends and partners, from the famous “do good guys finish last” to the ominous “whether successful black men onl…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Harron Walker, an award-winning freelance journalist who lives in Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in GQ, Esquire, and Out, and she is a longtime Jezebel contributor. Prudie and Walker tackle letters about how to handle a mother-in-law who wants to refer to you as an “aunt” rather than admitting your baby has two moms…
 
Can Men Express Their Feelings? Pt 1 | A2D: Myth or Not Series Episode 6 This #A2D series is exploring those long-standing durable “myths” / beliefs that have informed how brothers and sisters show up with family, friends and partners, from the famous “do good guys finish last” to the ominous “whether successful black men only marry…” We cover them…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Max Jacobs, a radio and podcast producer based in New York. Long ago, he helped produce this show. Prudie and Jacobs dig into letters about what to do when a neighbor’s cigarette smoke creeps into your apartment, how to cope with your mom’s passive aggressive behavior, what to do when your privileged partner complain…
 
Are Black Men Intimidated by Successful Black Women? | A2D: Myth or Not Series Episode 5 This #A2D series is exploring those long-standing durable “myths” / beliefs that have informed how brothers and sisters show up with family, friends and partners, from the famous “do good guys finish last” to the ominous “whether successful black men only marry…
 
Orthodox girls and women are traditionally taught to dress modestly in order to avoid attracting the male gaze and to keep men from sinful thoughts or behaviors. These messages, according to Rabbanit Oriya Mevorach, an educator and doctoral student of Gender and Philosophy, objectify and sexualize women and girls, and are actually influenced by Wes…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Diana Stegall, the creator of the popular French history podcast, The Land of Desire. Prudie and Stegall tackle letters about what to consider when bad experiences with therapists leave you wondering if you even know how to “do therapy”, what to do when you realize that your husband is a secret daily smoker, how to h…
 
Do Successful Black Men Marry Black Women? | A2D: Myth or Not Series Episode 4 This #A2D series is exploring those long-standing durable “myths” / beliefs that have informed how brothers and sisters show up with family, friends and partners, from the famous “do good guys finish last” to the ominous “whether successful black men only marry…” We cove…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Avery Trufelman, the host of the podcast The Cut, from New York Magazine, as well as Nice Try! a podcast from Curbed about utopian experiments. Prudie and Trufelman dig into letters about what to do when you find out that your coworker is engaged to your controlling ex-fiancé, how to handle working in the same indust…
 
Do Women Struggle to Apologize in Relationships? | A2D: Myth or Not Series Episode 3 This #A2D series is exploring those long-standing durable “myths” / beliefs that have informed how brothers and sisters show up with family, friends and partners, from the famous “do good guys finish last” to the ominous “whether successful black men only marry…” W…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Sarah Hagi, a writer based in Toronto, Canada Prudie and Hagi tackle letters about what to do when your wife gets really upset when you waste any food, what actions to take when you find out that your abusive ex may be harming his new and possibly underage girlfriend, how to connect with a friend who has joined a cul…
 
Do Nice Guys Finish Last? | A2D: Myth or Not? Series Is It True? How About for You? | A2D: Myth or Not Series Episode 2 This #A2D series is exploring those long-standing durable “myths” / beliefs that have informed how brothers and sisters show up with family, friends and partners, from the famous “do good guys finish last” to the ominous “whether …
 
Prudence is joined this week by Alicia Harris, a self-described public health nerd based in Oakland, CA. Harris works as a foundation program officer, directing resources to reproductive health, rights and justice organizations. Prudie and Harris dig into letters where a woman is wondering if it’s okay to cheat if she hasn’t had sex in her marriage…
 
Is It True? How About for You? | A2D: Myth or Not Series Preview This week's #A2D conversation was a prelude and preview conversation to a series we will kick off next week exploring those long-standing durable “myths” / beliefs that have informed how brothers and sisters show up with family, friends and partners, from the famous “do good guys fini…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Davey Davis, who writes about culture and sexuality. Their first novel, the earthquake room, is available through TigerBee Press. They write a newsletter about people named David at itsdavid.substack.com. Prudie and Davis tackle letters about what to do when your father refuses your attempts at reconciliation, how to…
 
Is the Media’s Portrayal of Black Women Being Used to Divide the Black Community? | A2D Next week we start a whole new series, but this week we touched on a conversation sparked by a tweet (https://twitter.com/_BarringtonII/status/1326173480711315457) and clearly, my sister and I did not agree, which is ok! A2D: Agree 2 Disagree with Lawrence E. Ad…
 
Harav Binyamin Lau, community leader, author, teacher, and former Rabbi of the Ramban Synagogue in Jerusalem, recently introduced a document providing guidance for members of the religious LGBTQ community and their families. This document is a collection of recommendations that, according to Rav Benny, “Do not permit prohibitions or prohibit things…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Anna Hetherington, who has a doctorate in Renaissance Art History, wants to teach visual literacy to the world, and is pretty obsessed with her dog Wilson, sweetened condensed milk, and her friends. Prudie and Hetherington dig into letters about should you take action with your brother’s dogs peeing in the shared vac…
 
Where Do We Go From Here? | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series Is It Really that Bad? | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series: We're exploring specific challenges Black Men and Black women face in pursuing marriage with each other. A2D: Agree 2 Disagree with Lawrence E. Adjah and Dalourny Nemorin A weekly conversation around topics we're all talking…
 
Do We Underestimate the Importance of Personality? Pt. 2 | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series War of Personalities: ‘The Alpha and the O-Bae-Ta’ | Do We Underestimate the Importance of Finding Our Personality Complement? Part 2: A Black Man’s Perspective Is It Really that Bad? | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series: We're exploring specific challen…
 
Tantric sex originates from ancient Hinduism and revolves around sexual practices that focus on creating a deep, intimate connection. It is a meditative sexual practice that encourages people to focus on the connections between the mind, the body, and the soul. It is intended to lead to fulfilling sexual experiences and greater intimacy. Taoism is …
 
Prudence is joined this week by Violet Allen, a science fiction writer based in Chicago. Prudie and Allen tackle letters about what to consider when you don’t think your wife is up to the task of home-schooling the kids, what actions to take when your girlfriend never lets you take space from an argument, what to do when everything about your relat…
 
Do We Underestimate the Importance of Personality? Pt. 1 | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series War of Personalities: ‘The Alpha and the O-Bae-Ta’ | Do We Underestimate the Importance of Finding Our Personality Complement? Part 1: A Black Woman's Perspective Is It Really that Bad? | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series: We're exploring specific chall…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Isaac Fellman, a writer and an archivist at the GLBT Historical Society, where he gets to tell the story of San Francisco's queer history. His fantasy novel about traumatized mountain climbers, The Breath of the Sun, won a 2019 Lambda Literary Award. Prudie and Fellman dig into letters about what to do when your ex-h…
 
Trauma, Grace, and Truth: Can We Find Healing Together? | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series Is It Really that Bad? | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series: We're exploring specific challenges Black Men and Black women face in pursuing marriage with each other. A2D: Agree 2 Disagree with Lawrence E. Adjah and Dalourny Nemorin A weekly conversation a…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Amanda McLoughlin, a podcaster and businesslady who runs Multitude, a podcast collective and production studio located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. She co-hosts Spirits, a boozy dive into mythology and folklore, and Join the Party, a collaborative storytelling podcast powered by the rules of Dungeons & Dragons. Prudie an…
 
Can You Be a Great Team Without Clearly Defined (Gender) Roles? | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series Is It Really that Bad? | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series: We're exploring specific challenges Black Men and Black women face in pursuing marriage with each other. A2D: Agree 2 Disagree with Lawrence E. Adjah and Dalourny Nemorin A weekly conver…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Austin Channing Brown, an author, speaker and media producer providing inspired leadership on racial justice in America. She is the New York Times Bestselling author of I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness and the Executive Producer of The Next Question: a web series imagining how expansive rac…
 
Do (Wo)Men Have Unrealistic Financial/Lifestyle Expectations? | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series Is It Really that Bad? | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series: We're exploring specific challenges Black Men and Black women face in pursuing marriage with each other. A2D: Agree 2 Disagree with Lawrence E. Adjah and Dalourny Nemorin A weekly conversa…
 
Prudence is joined this week by Dr. Jennifer M. Buck, an Assistant Professor of Practical Theology at Azusa Pacific University. Her books and research explore themes of global Christianity, Quakerism, gender, race and popular culture. She also is a licensed minister and helps pastor a church in Pasadena, CA where she lives with her husband and fost…
 
Is It Really that Bad? | A2D: The Pursuit of Marriage Series Preview We're exploring specific challenges Black Men and Black women face in pursuing marriage with each other. The People Have Spoken: This week's #A2D conversation was a prelude and preview conversation to a series we will kick off next week exploring specific challenges Black Men and …
 
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