The Satan myth has long been a man’s game, but there’s at least one feminist folktale that refuses to lie down and let just one gender have the devil all to itself. So who is Lilith, and how did her name become synonymous with feminism, Satanism, and other things that go bump in the night for religious chauvinists past, present, and future?
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- Heartbeat Bill Gets Science Wrong (Wired)
- Lady Flying In Darkness, Rabbi Jill Hammer
- Lilith in the Bible (sometimes)
- Lilith in the Epic of Gilgamesh
- Lilith and Babylonian Demonology (Jewish Virtual Library)
- Midrash on the “First Eve” (Jewish Women’s Archive)
- The Alphabet of Ben Sirah (JWA)
- Lilith In the Zohar (Samson Books)
- Samael, Lilith, and the Concept of Evil In Early Kabbalah, Joseph Dan (Association For Jewish Studies)
- The Coming of Lilith, Judith Plaskow (JWA)
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