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Sunday, January 15 • 12:30pm - 1:15pm
The Birds & The Bees: Sex Ed In Jewish Settings

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Developing an appropriate sex education curriculum in the Orthodox community is complicated. It requires us to communicate necessary practical information at the same time as we attempt to communicate those values or sex ethic which is reflective of our overarching Jewish values. Making matters more complicated, most of us have not articulated for ourselves what that sex ethic is, nor how it translates into “real-life”. This session will look at both the big questions and the practical manifestations. If we do our job right, it may make you uncomfortable but you are sure to learn a lot.

Moderators
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Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus

Termed “The Orthodox Sex Guru” by a recent profile in the NY Times, Bat Sheva Marcus, is one of the founders and the Clinical Director of Maze Women’s Sexual Health. One of the largest centers of its kind in the US, the center is dedicated to helping women with a wide variety of sexual issues.  Bat Sheva earned her PhD in Human Sexuality at the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco, CA., She... Read More →

Speakers
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Simon Fleischer

Simon Fleischer received his B.A. from Columbia University with a major in English and a concentration in psychology. He spent two and a half years in Yeshiva University while pursuing his M.A. and M.Phil in English Literature from Fordham University. He joined the SAR staff after having taught composition and literature for three years at Fordham, and English for two years at Ma’ayanot High School. At SAR, he currently teaches English and... Read More →
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Ora Weinbach

Ora Weinbach teaches Limmudei Qodesh at the Abraham Joshua Heschel High School. She received her degree in Jewish Education from Yeshiva University in the first graduating cohort of the Legacy Heritage Fellowship Program and has been honored to educate Jewish learners of almost every age.


Sunday January 15, 2017 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Satow Room