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Women's Life

Mikaela Olsson, editor

 

Kabbalah now open to women

Most people have no clue what the spiritual Kabbalah movement entails. They do probably know that several female celebrities have professed their passion for the religion—Madonna, Britney Spears, Demi Moore, Lindsay Lohan, and Paris Hilton, to name a few.
Originally, the Kabbalah was intended for privileged Jewish men. Now, the religion has become a multimillion dollar industry, with more than 50 centers around the world. [More]

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The only moral absolute: No means no!

The school year has just begun! How I envy you all, full of promise and enthusiasm. You’ve got everything: you’re young, bright, talented, energetic, driven, good-looking, you smell good, you can consume large quantities of pizza, and you don’t yet have to job-hunt! [More]

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