All posts tagged "Featured"

  • New York City’s Go Topless Rally

    Written by Joseph Dunsay. After earning a Masters of Science in Ecology and Evolution, Joseph Dunsay became a science writer for international audiences. Find more...

  • 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...

  • Open Minded Jewish Culture in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth

    Written by Joseph Dunsay. After earning a Masters of Science in Ecology and Evolution, Joseph Dunsay became a science writer for international audiences. Find more...

  • Rethinking the Stereotype of the Friged Woman

    Written by Joseph Dunsay. After earning a Masters of Science in Ecology and Evolution, Joseph Dunsay became a science writer for international audiences. Find more...

  • Judaism and Cultural Evolution

    Written by Joseph Dunsay. After earning a Masters of Science in Ecology and Evolution, Joseph Dunsay became a science writer for international audiences. Find more...

  • Looking at Flowers and Expecting Fruit

    Written by Joseph Dunsay. After earning a Masters of Science in Ecology and Evolution, Joseph Dunsay became a science writer for international audiences. Find more...

  • Should Jews Avoid Legumes?

    Written by Joseph Dunsay. After earning a Masters of Science in Ecology and Evolution, Joseph Dunsay became a science writer for international audiences. Find more...

  • Race, DNA, and American Citizenship

    Written by Joseph Dunsay. After earning a Masters of Science in Ecology and Evolution, Joseph Dunsay became a science writer for international audiences. Find more...

  • A Vagina Museum for the UK

    Written by Joseph Dunsay. After earning a Masters of Science in Ecology and Evolution, Joseph Dunsay became a science writer for international audiences. Find more...