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Question #1 “Yeshiva is where good jewish girls go” – my mother emphasized on that sentence about another 20 times till I thoroughly understood that nomatter how much I insisted on attending public school with all my neighborhood friends, there was no going around it; Yeshiva is where I went. Yeshiva is what I lived and breathed for eight years of my life. The outside world remained very vague, all I knew was what was taught to me in school and what was taught to me at home, which was- “marry a nice jewish boy” and everything will work out fine. I have lived in New York City for as long as I remember, and by the age of thirteen you would assume I would have met hundreds of different people, I have not. Sure, there was the occasional homeless man who found it necessary to rub his leg up against my skirt as he sat himself by me on the bus, but for the most part, I did not associate with these people. After I graduated from one Yeshiva, I was immediately enrolled at another
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