Many Jewish people regard sex as a natural part of a loving and exclusive relationship. We believe sex is part of fulfilling G-d’s plan and should be a shared, loving and private experience. We are taught that G-d commands us to save sexual intimacy for marriage, however, sexuality is something that is always present, even when sex isn’t a part of your life.
As a single Jewish person, how important is your sexuality? While G-d commands us to save sexual intimacy for marriage, how do we address our intimate desires the second time around? What does it mean to be Jewish and sexual in today’s singles scene? Tonight on Jewish Singles Radio we speak with to 5 Singles who talk candidly about sex, intimacy and dating