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  • Jews and sex toys: what is allowed?

    By Jennifer Schmitt We stand at the beginning of a new time. Right now, we should be able to explore our sexuality without fearing other...

  • Showing the House

    Showing the House Erotic Fiction by Saul Michelson It was a late spring afternoon and we were at our vacation house. It was a warm...

  • The Rain Is Falling

    The rain is falling Bent over double in pain I gasp for air I grab at my groin as I groan, it’s raining. I’m alone....

  • Kiss the Mezzuza

    Written by first time Jewrotica contributor Saul Silver, “Kiss the Mezzuza” is a Jewish version of “The Graduate”. This short story invokes questions about youth,...

  • Make Me Hurt

    Written by returning guest contributor BJ Juneberry, “Make Me Hurt” is intended to trigger unpleasant emotions by highlighting the mistreatment of Zionists, lesbians, and bi-curious...

  • The Float

    Written by Moe Browning. Moe is a first-time Jewrotica writer with a background in construction and a love of short stories, songs, poetry and drumming....

  • North America, Here We Come!

    Last month, we celebrated Jewrotica’s 4-year anniversary(!!), marking the publication of 700+ original pieces of writing on our website as well as dozens of successful...

  • When Great Sex is a Feminist Issue

    Image Credit Written by Elana Maryles Sztokman, PhD. Dr. Elana Maryles Sztokman is a feminist writer, educator and activist, and two-time winner of the National...

  • Banjo Lesbians

    Image Credit Written by Charles Rammelkamp. Charles Rammelkamp’s latest book is entitled “Mata Hari: Eye of the Day,” a sequence of poems about the life...

  • In The Bedroom of Judaism

    Written by Anonymous and thank you for joining me in the bedroom of Judaism. I invite you to take your shoes off, rub your hands...