After all, marriage is known as , which comes from the Hebrew word for “holy.”A few of the ways that sexual relations are referenced in the Torah are "to know" or to "uncover [one's] nakedness." In the Torah, the terminology is used in both instances of positive sexual encounters (those within the framework of a marriage) and negative sexual encounters (e.g., rape, incest).
That means risk-taking both in the relationship and in the bedroom.“Where sex is concerned, be experimental,” she said.
Things really changed when our Mifgash started, and eight Israeli soldiers joined the group.
Friendships that flourished for the first three days were left in shambles following the addition of the “hot” new soldiers.
When Doreen first met Chaim all those decades ago, it “wasn’t in the script” to marry a rabbi and become Orthodox, she says.
The daughter of a Holocaust survivor, she grew up eating pork and shrimp in her secular South African Jewish community.