Jesus, what is it with you people?? For those of you who are visiting Jewlicious today from far and wide after searching for Yom Kippur sex on Google and landing on this Yom Kippur Sex post from 2004 – the answer is no you friggin’ degenerates.

You are not allowed to have sex on Yom Kippur. You’re also not allowed to be on the Internet either. No eating, no drinking, no bathing, no brushing your teeth and again – NO SEX. Can’t keep it in your pants Shlomo? Then look at the man pictured here. His name is Ron Jeremy, he’s Jewish and he makes his living performing in pornos. Yes. Naked. Think about that. Now go to the synagogue or just get the hell out of here you sicko. Sheesh.


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Founder and Publisher of Jewlicious, David Abitbol lives in Jerusalem with his wife, newborn daughter and toddler son. Blogging as "ck" he's been blocked on twitter by the right and the left, so he's doing something right.

8 Comments

  • If there’s supposed to be no sex on Yom Kippur, why is the Torah portion for Mincha all about sex? (Yes, I know the real reason, I just wanted to needle CK)

  • CK, I think you remained far too vague regarding the sex issue. In the future, please make sure you clarify your statements before publishing.

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  • Also, not wearing leather shoes is included among the 5 prohibitions – eating, drinking, perfuming and sex being the other 4 – provided by the Talmud. The Talmud says nothing about internet surfing, though.

  • And yet people keep hitting Jewlicious on Yom Kippur using the sex on YK keywords. You’d think that by now they’d know. And then what’s the deal anyway? Someone met a hottie at shul and they busted into the Rabbi’s office and checked on the Internet if they could get it on? Or some guy wants to have sex after synagogue and his wife had to pull this off the internet in order to show that they were not in fact allowed to have sex? Oy.

    • Dude, I didn’t force all those people to visit this page. Now while it may weird me out a bit, I acknowledge that those visiting may have a merely academic interest in the topic. That having been said, the diaspora is indeed soft and inherently depraved, but that has nothing to do with sex on Yom Kippur.

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