Re: Foss/Rohlrich on celibacy- a reply

Anthony Dauer (jackechs@MAIL.EROLS.COM)
Sun, 7 Jan 1996 07:41:52 -0500

Me thinks lady, you protest to much ... my guess is you cut out whatever
raised your blood pressure.

At 08:41 AM 01/07/96 +0200, Joe Zias wrote:
>On Sat. 6 1996 Ruby Rohrlich wrote to my reply on the question of
>celibacy to D. Foss the following message:
>>> Is it also a mitzva to have sexual relations with the husband on
>>> Friday night? Or are all religious communications directed solely to
>>> the male? May I ask, are you an official orthodox member? Ruby Rohrlich
>>From your radical feminist reply to my attempt at providing a bit of
>constructive information to D. Foss I would like to make the following
>A. As your snide non-constructive reply was posted TWICE to the list I have
>the feeling that you have been having a 'bad hair day' or simply 'getting off'
>on these subjects?
>B. As to your query regarding "are you an official orthodox member"? Yes
>Ruby, I'm a official orthodox member of the human race.
>C. Therapy


Anthony Dauer

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