JWA's 10 Most Read Blog Posts of 2022

Clockwise from top left: Spoken word poet Tova Ricardo; Talmudic TikToker Miriam Anzovin; scene from The Bachelorette season that featured a Jewish woman; TikTok creator Raven Schwam-Curtis; Wanda Maximoff in Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness; scene from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

It wouldn't be the end of the year without a top ten list, right? Here, Jewish Women, Amplified presents the most popular pieces from 2022. Enjoy!

I'm Jewish. My Partner is Muslim. Here's How We Make It Work by Zia Saylor—Celebrating our differences has brought my partner and me closer—but it hasn’t always been easy.

Finding My Village of Black, Jewish Moms by Kyla Kupferstein Torres—When we come together, there is no question of who belongs.

My Nose Job Helped Me Embrace the "Too-Muchness" of Being a Jewish Woman by Emma Breitman—I’d learned to love my nose. If I changed it, wouldn’t I betray my Jewish, feminist self?

Interview with Talmudic TikToker Miriam Anzovin by Dina Adelsky—JWA talks to Miriam Anzovin about leaving behind Orthodox practice, misogyny on social media and IRL, and of course, her viral Daf Reactions TikTok videos.

I'm a Black, Jewish Woman and I'm Tired of Being Called "Angry" by Tova Ricardo—I refuse to choose between being a “good woman” or a woman who will not be intimidated, belittled, or silenced.

I'm Tired of Trying to Root for Midge Maisel by Sarah Jae Leiber—Over and over, Midge hurts people who trusted her, and the show lets her get away with it.

Yes, You Can Be Jewish and Native by Emma Barthold—Native Jews are not “divided” between two cultures but expanded by them.

Wanda Maximoff is a Powerful, Jewish Woman, Like Lilith. Let's Not Turn Her Into a Villain by Megan Mau—Like Lilith before her, Wanda has the power to change the world order—and that terrifies the patriarchy.

Why Haven't We Had an Openly Jewish Bachelorette? by Catherine Horowitz—Although The Bachelor/ette franchise features extensive discussions of Christianity, even the rare Jewish contestants never talk about Judaism.

How I Make Black Jews Visible Through the Magic of TikTok by Raven Schwam-Curtis—My TikToks educate, validate, and celebrate Black Jewish identity.

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Richler, Jen. "JWA's 10 Most Read Blog Posts of 2022." 29 December 2022. Jewish Women's Archive. (Viewed on February 8, 2023) <https://jwa.org/blog/jwas-10-most-read-blog-posts-2022>.

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