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67 — Yitro: What's Up with the Lips?

February 04, 2021 Jaz Twersky and Lulav Arnow Episode 67
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67 — Yitro: What's Up with the Lips?
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67 — Yitro: What's Up with the Lips?
Feb 04, 2021 Episode 67
Jaz Twersky and Lulav Arnow

This week, G-d wears a cute waterfall dress, Isaiah has hot lips, and we all pretend to be angels. Plus, bad survey design and gender-affirming conversion rituals that still involve small amounts of pain on sensitive areas.

Transcript here (still in progress - only finalized through page 9).

Francis Fukuyama wrote a famous book called The End of History and the Last Man, in which he argued that the progression of history was basically over, because with liberal democracy, we've reached our final form. He later walked that position back, however. Also, he's still alive. Incidentally (talking about dystopian futures), Billy Joel's "Miami 2017" is still a pretty good song!

This week's reading was Isaiah 6:1–7:6 and 9:5-6. Next week's reading is Kings II 12:1-17.

Support us on Patreon or Ko-fi! Send us questions or comments at [email protected], follow us on Twitter @kosherqueers, and like us on Facebook at Kosher Queers. Our music is by the band Brivele. This week, our audio was edited by Ezra Faust, and our transcript was written by Reuben Shachar Rose. Our logo is by Lior Gross, and we are not endorsed by or affiliated with the Orthodox Union.

Support the show (http://patreon.com/kosherqueers)

Show Notes

This week, G-d wears a cute waterfall dress, Isaiah has hot lips, and we all pretend to be angels. Plus, bad survey design and gender-affirming conversion rituals that still involve small amounts of pain on sensitive areas.

Transcript here (still in progress - only finalized through page 9).

Francis Fukuyama wrote a famous book called The End of History and the Last Man, in which he argued that the progression of history was basically over, because with liberal democracy, we've reached our final form. He later walked that position back, however. Also, he's still alive. Incidentally (talking about dystopian futures), Billy Joel's "Miami 2017" is still a pretty good song!

This week's reading was Isaiah 6:1–7:6 and 9:5-6. Next week's reading is Kings II 12:1-17.

Support us on Patreon or Ko-fi! Send us questions or comments at [email protected], follow us on Twitter @kosherqueers, and like us on Facebook at Kosher Queers. Our music is by the band Brivele. This week, our audio was edited by Ezra Faust, and our transcript was written by Reuben Shachar Rose. Our logo is by Lior Gross, and we are not endorsed by or affiliated with the Orthodox Union.

Support the show (http://patreon.com/kosherqueers)