How did the concept that a married woman’s hair is ervah become a dominant part of the halachic discourse?
To better understand what’s happening in the hearts and souls of Orthodox women who undergo a shift in their appearance, we spoke to five local women, all Anglo immigrants, about their journeys.
In a screenshot circulating online, a haredi woman calls on women to wear Shabbat clothing when going to vote to bring in more male votes for UTJ.
"What happens when we are so far gone that you can't tell the difference between reality and satire?"
There is an undisputed halachic, societal expectation that married women cover their heads. This next installment examines Judaism's laws on married women's hair covering.
Both the Jewish woman and Muslim woman are shown in the TikTok video to cover their hair and wear long sleeves at the beach.
The first of several columns on the subject.
The fact is, outside the synagogue and prayer, there is no halachic prohibition that forbids men and women from sitting together.
Ben-Gurion University President Daniel Chamovitz revealed that three students continually harrassed female Bedouin students for their "lack of modesty."
Women of all shapes, sizes and religions have access to options that allow them to get back in the water while baring less skin.