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Updated August 18, In a grungy part of Israel's commercial capital, Tel Aviv, a small sign in a shop window promises customers "kosher sex" — as well as designer denim if they would prefer the latter's name on their credit card statements. It does not look like a typical sex shop, with a small range of products on display without packaging or any erotic pictures.
His book Kosher Sex, from which Ms Boteach's shop derives its name, is an international bestseller released 20 years ago. As well as products, Ms Boteach said she offered online courses and articles on sensuality, sexuality and relationships. Opening a kosher sex shop? And I'm like, 'this is fully in line with Judaism! Rabbi Scott Kahn and sex therapist Talli Rosenbaum are gaining prominence for breaking a longstanding taboo within the orthodox Jewish community on discussing sexual issues.
But as the co-host of the Intimate Judaism podcast, he is focused on starting conversations about sexuality within Jewish law. Or a husband, wife and rabbi. More than 23, people are downloading episodes about what is permitted in marriage, raising sexually healthy children, and whether spouses have a religious obligation to have sex with their partners. The series began when Mr Kahn invited Ms Rosenbaum onto an orthodox-focused podcast he hosted to discuss the religious and social issues around male masturbation.
In the podcast, she often provides a therapeutic or modern clinical counterpoint to the Jewish law outlined by Mr Kahn. The episodes usually begin with a discussion of Jewish law or halakha, which is complex and often the subject of intense, internal debate.
Some halakhic concepts may seem anachronistic, or even offensive to modern sensibilities, such as a passage comparing what a man can do with his wife to the many ways he can cook and eat meat. The hosts often debate the role of Jewish law and whether certain elements are conducive to healthy relationships. They sometimes distinguish that a legal interpretation is not necessarily a guide to ethical behaviour.