Yes, the pioneering feminist Shulamith Firestone was at the brackets of her life an Orthodox Jew. She was brought up as an Orthodox Jew as a child, and she was buried in an Orthodox Jewish rite.
During her life, the radical feminist activities that she engaged in and the critical books that she wrote were as far from the values of Orthodox Judaism as day is from night.
The inspiring and haunting New Yorker profile, “AMERICAN CHRONICLES: DEATH OF A REVOLUTIONARY,” BY SUSAN FALUDI informs the reader that “Shulamith Firestone helped to create a new society. But she couldn’t live in it.”
It informs us, “Best known for her writings, Firestone also launched the first major radical-feminist groups in the country, which made headlines in the late nineteen-sixties and early seventies with confrontational protests and street theatre.”
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