To the Mom Who Shamed Me For Letting My Daughter Be A Cheerleader (Published In Kveller)

“How can you let your daughter be a cheerleader? I mean, you’re a professional, educated woman! How could you want THAT for your child?” It took me longer than I care to admit to process that comment and get over Continue reading To the Mom Who Shamed Me For Letting My Daughter Be A Cheerleader (Published In Kveller)

Downton Abbey Season 5 – A Missed Opportunity? (Published by The Times of Israel)

It’s almost time to say goodbye to season 5 of Downton Abbey in the U.S.  For me, the anticipation of the grand finale is somewhat marred by a creative opportunity that Julian Fellowes, the show’s writer, seems to have missed. Continue reading Downton Abbey Season 5 – A Missed Opportunity? (Published by The Times of Israel)

She Said, He Said: The Gender Eclipse

My close friend Erris and I have been procrastinating for months to write our first annual Valentine’s Day column about the modern-day application of Men Are from Mars and Women Are from Venus. The procrastination could’ve been the result of Continue reading She Said, He Said: The Gender Eclipse