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A story about a kingdom going mad, and the painful choice the leaders had to make. And what this all means in a country where it often seems we are constantly trying to hold onto our sanity.
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"Mentally ill." "Traitor." "Liar." These are the words I have come to get used to hearing about my writing when it critiques my own community. Such attacks no longer concern me. Here's why.
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There is an philosophy infecting our country today: that in order to get what we want, someone else must pay a cost. It is this that is at the root of so many of our problems. And it must be combatted before it destroys us.
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I've always cared a lot about abuse cases, especially in my own community. But as a man who has never been abused, the #MeToo campaign forced me to examine why I cared in the first place.
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I started off angry at both sides. But the more I spoke with them, the more complicated the story became.
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I thought the reaction to the latest documentary about those leaving Hasidic communities, "One of Us," would be different. I was wrong.
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We couldn't complain in quiet anymore. We had to do what the Torah calls us to do: act.
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How our culture chooses to discuss sexual assault says a lot more about why it happens than specific incidents.
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Maybe I should have been resisting all along.
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Let me walk around with a broken heart in the middle of this beautiful, August summer day. Let me have my moment.
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