A graphic designer’s bold culinary statement about women’s reproductive rights has gone viral.
Jacey Taub, of Rye, New York, posted a challah shaped like the female reproductive system to Instagram on Saturday.
Hello yes someone made a challah this past Shabbat shaped like the reproductive system whose health needs are covered by the 14th amendment of the Constitution, despite what Texas or even shadow docket SCOTUS seems to believe. pic.twitter.com/mWJKkbzbCD
— Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg (@TheRaDR) September 6, 2021
When Danya Ruttenberg, a rabbi and progressive activist, posted a screenshot of the bread to Twitter, it went viral, racking up more than 4,000 likes.
- The Union of Reform Judaism has a history of robust support for abortion.
- Ruttenberg, a member of the Reform Judaism movement, is the founder of “Rabbis for Repro,” a group of Jewish clergy working to promote abortion rights.
A Texas law banning abortion after the first six weeks of pregnancy has triggered a lawsuit from the Department of Justice and appears to be headed for a Supreme Court challenge.