With our emphasis on appearance in the frum community, are we sending a message to our daughters that their most precious commodities are their looks?
NEW YORK The Orthodox Jewish world is even more fragmented than you think.
Roughly half of Modern Orthodox Jews think that women should have “expanded roles in the clergy,” according to a new survey out today.
“It’s time to bring back the femininity and to bring back the pink.”
Looking around at Rosh Hashanah services, she thinks: “Surely inside some of these minds burned this strange fire, these same doubt-riddled thoughts?”
Be open because having numerous voices makes your experience richer. Whether or not Orthodoxy responds should not affect your bottom line.
As a baal teshuva first-generation Russian Jewish immigrant transplant, I felt the results of the class hierarchy I had landed in.
Talk about breaking the glass ceiling.
A Kreutzer Sonata’s portrayal of Judaism lacks of one fundamental element: spirituality.
I didn’t understand how an Orthodox Jewish girl could be competing in the male-dominated sport of powerlifting.