Orthodox Jews Have the Best Sex
by Shmuley Boteach
July 21, 2021
I have not watched the new Netflix series “My Unorthodox Life,” a show supposedly about how fashion executive Julia Haart lives her life in freedom from the repressive orthodox Judaism in which she was raised. I’m not boycotting the show because it attacks Judaism. This has become weirdly common on Netflix. Indeed, you’d think its executives would at least have come up with a more creative name that using the exact same title as the 2020 Series “Unorthodox.” Nor am I skipping the show because of Julia herself; I’ve never met her and I have nothing against her. Many people who are raised religiously abandon it and that is their choice. READ MORE
JERUSALEM POST Orthodox world divided over Netflix show ‘My Unorthodox Life’
Netflix series on fashion mogul Julia Haart has religious community on the offensive. Throughout the nine-episode series, Netflix’s new hit My Unorthodox Life is packed with the superficial trappings of a soapy reality show: stiletto designer heels, helicopters to the Hamptons and a trip to Paris Fashion Week.