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Conversations on Sex and Intimacy with Rabbi Rachael Pass

Hosted By: Modern JewISH Couples

Talking about sex and intimacy is crucial to healthy relationships. Led by Rabbi Rachael Pass, join other beloveds for communal and private conversations to explore topics of sexual ethics, consent, shame, love languages, and even attitudes and assumptions from childhood. The session will be a mix of group conversation and chances to connect with your partner/s. Don’t worry! You will not be required to share anything personal in group conversation! Participants will conclude by drafting their own sexual ethics, looking at the values they bring into sexual and intimate encounters.

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Rabbi Rachael Pass

Rabbi Rachael Pass is the associate rabbi and manager of the spiritual counseling program at the T'Shuvah Center, a Jewish community for individuals in recovery from addiction of all kinds. She is a recent ordinand from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University. Rachael is currently studying for a second master's degree at the Jewish Theological Seminary in Jewish Gender and Women's Studies, focusing her research on queer and feminist philosophy, theology/thealogy, and ritual. She has written extensively on Jewish views of abortion, creative Jewish rituals including reclaiming mikveh, and feminist Jewish thought and Goddess-concepts. Rachael is passionate about intersectional feminism, Jewish ritual, and reading as many books as she can get her hands on.
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Modern JewISH Couples

Supporting couples on the pathway to marriage and beyond through couples conversations and local retreats. You don't have to be Jewish to be part of a Jewish family, everyone is welcome here.
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