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“As I learned reading The Family Moskat, Shiksa is a Yiddish word used as a pejorative for a non Jewish woman.”
“I am a Gentile married to a Jewish man and my in-laws use the term Shiksa towards me to be rude and YES it does offend me.”
“Rabbis Call On Government To Protect Israeli Men From The "Shiksa" Threat -- "OCCUPIED JERUSALEM (AFP, AlArabiya. net) Israeli rabbis want authorities to reduce the number of foreign female workers entering the Jewish state because the country's male employers are being seduced by their charms, which poses a risk to Jewish women, a report said on Monday." and people wonder why conservatives worry that government might become too big and invasive.”
“Shiksa" is a derogatory name for a non-Jewish woman in Yiddish.”
“In one study of 50 Shiksa wives and 48 Jewish wives, almost 90% of the Shiksa wives said either that "performing fellatio as a means of enforcing garbage duty compliance is kind of manipulative" or that "poet is a perfectly acceptable career for a man.”
“The first Hanukkah can be a pressure-cooker, agreed Tori Avey, the Los Angeles-based writer behind The Shiksa in the Kitchen blog.”
“The advent of Judd Apatow and Seth Rogen has placed at the forefront of modern American cinema Jewish male-gentile female (Shiksa) relationships - although this angle is often not explicitly (or is only tangentially) acknowledged in their films (as in Knocked Up, for example).”
“Disclosure: I have two Shiksa daughters, who I don't recognize in the film's caricatures of non-Jewish women.”
“To this day, a bronze sculpture of a plate of unfinished matzoh brei adorns the inner lobby of East Orange's Temple Beth El. The Miracle of the Shiksa”
“Does dat mean dat Esther a woman of color can suddenly adopt ‘Shiksa’ staus or is she still ‘Schwartza’?”
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