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“Maybe because he was disconnected from the world, he experienced so much shame about who he was.” She grew up fasting for Yom Kippur and enjoying family Passover Seders, but her parents weren’t particularly religious.Howard once said on air that he hated wearing yarmulkes and joked that the theme of Emily’s bat mitzvah should be “I hate Jews.” But Howard and Alison did practice Transcendental Meditation.“I told the director, ‘Don’t advertise who I am.’ He manipulated my love for the show for his gain,” she says.Still, even now that she lives a life of modesty, Emily doesn’t regret the experience, and won’t discount the possibility of getting nude onstage again.She’s also single — and chalks that up to her pop’s habit of blabbing about graphic sex on the airwaves five days a week.“It’s rare I go on dates [now],” Emily tells The Post.“This is my way to connect with the world,” she says of her art.
Strappy dresses gave way to outfits that cover her elbows and knees.18 at the Hadas Gallery in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, that focuses on the water-retention landscape in Portugal.Emily calls the works “Wells of Miriam” because it reminds her of the “mikveh,” a ritual bath in Judaism that’s associated with renewal.“Everyone in my family is evolving — no one has that resentment toward Judaism,” she explains.
She even keeps her own set of kosher dishware at her mom’s place for family dinners (sans Howard, of course).I’d say, ‘God help me.’ “The question was, ‘What am I going to do with my life? “F - - k it if [people] think it’s weird or doesn’t make sense.” Photographer: Annie Wermiel/NY Post; Stylist: Cody Jones; Hair/Makeup: Mary Guthrie/