|(Photoillustration Tablet Magazine; original photos Shutterstock.com)|
We [Jews] are not. If anything, when it comes to the issue of birth control, we’re all Jews, and we pretty much have been for a very long time.
The issue of birth control in Jewish law is—little surprise here—an extremely complicated one. The discussion begins with the very first chapter of the Good Book, which contains the very first mitzvah—pru u’rvu, be fruitful and multiply—two words that whipped generations of rabbis into a frenzy of interpretation. -- Liel Leibovitz, Tablet
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