What is Jewrotica?

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At just seven weeks old Jewrotica is still in its infancy, and determining what qualifies as “Jewrotica” is as tricky as defining Jewish art.  It’s easy to identify as Jewrotica anything with a Jewish author and Jewish subject matter.

Similarly, if a Jewish artist creates a decorative kiddush cup, that certainly qualifies as Jewish art.  But what about the more ambiguous things?  What if a non-Jewish artist creates that kiddush cup?  Or what if a Jewish artist creates a set of decorative dishes or paintings that don’t seem to tie into any Jewish theme?  How about an article on a Jewish woman who owns a sex toy shop?

Jewrotica is the explorations of all things Jewish and sexy.  So, does it matter if the authors are non-Jewish?  Does it matter if the authors are Jewish, but the content only indirectly speaks to Jewish culture and heritage?  What about interviewing Jewish actors, musicians or even adult entertainers who work in the sex world?  Does their Jewishness render them “Jewrotic”?

We have a vision, but we want to know what you think.  There is no one answer and the exploration of the question itself is part of the process.

So, dear readers, what iJewrotica?

Light and Love,

Ayo Oppenheimer - Final Version of Signature


Founder and editor of Jewrotica, Ayo spent the past two years full-time RVing North America with her Jewish educational film program. Ayo alternates between intensely pursuing fun new experiences and equally intensely trying to do good by people. She would love to hear from you.
  • Daniel Winter

    Dr. Ruth 2.0 But sexier.

  • John Conway

    I like Jewrotica as what it’s name implies: Jewish and Sexy. But the kicker is in the religious and personal education values. From what I’ve gotten so far (and I’ve been with the site almost since it’s very beginning, the first post I read being “Sex and Holiness”) it’s just that. And I like it! I think that’s really rare to find- a wholesome and insanely interesting way to learn about so many things relating to jewish sexual experiences and their lessons. I really don’t feel so alone anymore because I can finally relate to others. Perhaps Jewrotica and it’s personnel might throw other things into the mix, but what I think makes Jewrotica what it is today should be the focus point of Jewrotica, and that really separates itself from everything else out there.

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