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Transgender Healthcare Has Always Been Feminist

If we support a women’s right to choose, her right to bodily autonomy, then this clearly includes her right to choose to change her body as she pleases.

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The Jewish Queen of Makeup

Renée Rosen talks to Lilith about the ways in which she adhered to the facts—and the important reasons why she didn’t in her novel about the life of Estée Lauder.

My Barbenheimer Childhood

The Barbenheimer phenomenon reminds us that we all contain multitudes, even contradictory multitudes.

Talking With Yael Goldstein-Love

A new mother dives headlong into a parallel world to find her missing son in The Possibilities (Random House, $27), a quasi-sci-fi novel that sets out to examine and explore… Read more »

The Dolls That Raised Us

Join Lilith on July 25 for a virtual and in person intimate salon all about dolls.

Joan Roth’s Photography, Onscreen

Lilith talks to Melanie Roth Gorelick about the documentary she made about her mother, Joan Roth, and what it was like growing up with a living legend.

A Tale of Midlife Self-Discovery

Melissa Giberson found out that divorcing a husband of many years and telling her kids that she was gay was the hardest thing she’d ever done and she charts her journey in Late… Read more »

Kibbitz & Nosh: Photographs

Dubrow’s Cafeteria was more than just a place to eat for a generation of Jewish New Yorkers and Marcia Bricker Halperin’s photo essay illuminates why. 

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