Frimet Goldberger is spending Father’s Day celebrating the man who stood by her during her tumultuous journey out of Hasidism — her husband.
Hasidic women are becoming unlikely enforcers of modesty rules as they pile pressure on shopkeepers whose ads they see as un-kosher. LISTEN to real phone threat.
Frimet Goldberger’s graduation from Sarah Lawrence offers her a chance to reflect on the most important lesson from college: that her opinions matter.
A robocall made to Orthodox homes in the Lakewood, N.J. area admonished women to cut their wigs, claiming that they could prevent unnamed tragedies by donning cropped sheitels.
Frimet Goldberger came face-to-face with a high school prom during a vacation. It made her regret that she didn’t have such a celebration to mark her entry into adulthood.
From the lack of gyms to modesty patrols punishing women in workout gear, Frimet Goldberger explains why exercising can be a major hassle for Hasidic women.
If you or someone you know is experiencing a sexual famine, look no further than the teachings of the self-proclaimed guru of women’s sensuality, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach.
Frimet Goldberger’s mother is one of the strongest women she knows. The stoic Hasidic woman accepted her daughter even after she left the community.
Kallah, or bride-to-be, classes aren’t the only way that Orthodox women learn about sex. Some, like Frimet Goldberger, sneak a peek at steamy romance novels for tips.
When Frimet Goldberger and her husband took a Passover road trip, they promised to share the driving. But after three hours, she wished she was banned from getting behind the wheel.