Long considered one of the country’s most sexist institutions, Israel’s police force is finally taking charges of sexual misconduct seriously writes Elana Sztokman.
What sparked Elana Sztokman’s newfound desire to learn how to bake challah? Haviva Ner David’s new book challenging traditional Jewish gender roles at home.
Feminist scholar and activist Elana Sztokman argues that the newly formed Haredi women’s party is just the most recent example of the feminist revolution taking place in the ultra-Orthodox world.
On Israel’s version of American Idol, a 30-year-old mother of four became a sensation after revealing that she had stopped singing for 10 years because of religion.
Israeli and Palestinian women are pushing to implement a UN resolution that takes their voices into account in future negotiations.
A ‘men’s only’ bomb shelter in the Israeli town of Ashdod refused to admit a female Knesset aide. She went instead to a women’s shelter — but it offered no protection against rockets.
Elana Sztokman felt old at the funeral for Israel’s slain teens, a massive gathering dominated by Jewish adolescents. What will they take away from this formative event?
The death of the kidnapped boys has released a sigh of collective grief in Israel, writes Elana Sztokman. It’s a joint response to a tragedy that transformed the country into one family.
It’s a common refrain that Orthodox feminists just want to be like Conservatives. But many Orthodox women just want the gender dynamics of their faith to change.
Inspired by Sheryl Sandberg, Elana Sztokman calls for “Lean In” circles for Orthodox women as a way of acclimating the community to female leadership.