A is a year-old mother of four. Like A — who lives in the Israeli settlement of Tekoa and asked that her name not be used — Sigala is an Orthodox Jewish woman. A native of Minneapolis who moved to Israel in , she works most days as a camera assistant for her husband, who owns his own wedding photography business. But once or twice a week, Sigala gets to do the photography work she really loves — boudoir photo shoots for religious women.
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History of Jewish Lesbianism
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He shifted uncomfortably in his seat and then looked her straight in the eye. In truth, what waters were there to test? There were no forums or open discussions about intimacy and couple-hood — at least as far as I could tell. The I-know-you, you-know-me Jewish world was even more pronounced when it was my preschool teacher, who then became my teacher for marital purity lessons preceding my marriage, as is required by Jewish Law the lessons, I mean — not that they be taught by your past preschool teacher. My question about oral sex, when told that all sperm was considered holy and not to be wasted, was one of discomfort and innovation, as if I had just invented the wheel…or the tongue. There is a void that needs to be filled, especially with all of these experiences of sexuality, erotica and sexual experimentation within the Jewish world that have not been documented…until now!
Niki. Age: 25. Hot girl, spectacular, seductive beauty, owner of plump lips and an appetizing figure will give you a lot of the most unforgettable and indescribable emotions. I will stay in a pleasant manner in your mind for a long time. my photo.
Traditional Sources on Sexual Pleasure
For most of its history, lesbianism has been a subject of little interest in Jewish texts and societies. Only in the late 20th century have Jewish scholars and communities faced the issue of erotic love between women. Lesbianism is not mentioned in the Hebrew Bible, in contrast to male homosexual behavior, which is expressly forbidden as a capital crime. The absence of discussion of lesbianism in this context has raised scholarly interest. Biblical critics have suggested that this difference exists because female homoerotic behavior would not have been considered sexual behavior, which in ancient times was understood to require the emission of semen.
We often think of religious authorities as prudish, striving to repress all sexual enjoyment. Such is not always the case in Judaism, however, as we shall see in the texts that follow. This is especially remarkable in light of the following text. So a man may not compel his wife to fulfill the marital obligation. And yet a wife seems to have the right to compel her husband.