This essay was written by an anonymous writer. Voice acting provided by Elie Benhiyoun “When you fall in love with an ex hassid You need to know that their kisses are unadulterated by the…
“I’m your neighbor, your friend’s sister, your daughter-in-law, your daughter, your mother, your wife. Maybe I’m you. I’m willing to bet there’s a lot of us out there. You can’t tell by looking at us. Oh yes, we know how to play the game. We know how to dress, how to speak, where to shop, where to be seen. We are part of the chorus – we blend into a sea of other faces and wigs on stage – nothing noteworthy or conspicuous about us.”
“I woke up in the middle of the night, naked. I did not remember going to sleep like this. And then I found telltale signs: the scrunched sheets, the clothes, the wet sticky puddle. But…
The audio version of the Neshamas post, “Letter To My Abuser” as voice acted by Mindy Schaper.
The audio version of the Neshamas post, “Back In The Closet” as voice acted by Josh Rubin.
The audio version of the Neshamas post, “My Girl” as voice acted by Robyn Black.
Neshamas posts read by voice actors. Why? To literally give voice to the voiceless in the Jewish community.