A new book argues single women in America have become their own powerful bloc. Tiki Krakowski asks why there is no equivalent movement in Israeli society?
When I try verbalize what the experience of a single woman in the Orthodox community, I come up with a blank — it is an emptiness, something without a place.
From name-calling to childish pranks, Ruth Colian, the founder of the ultra-Orthodox women’s party U’bzchutan has seen it all this election season. Today she writes, she forgives her detractors.
Although the rabbinate refuses to hire her, Hemda Shalom is one of two women serving as a mashgiach, for a private, alternative kashrut organization in Jerusalem.
Israeli women may be at the apex of their political power, but says Tiki Krakowski, the media’s sexism toward female politicians remains the same.
You’re right Naftali Bennett. Never mind other issues that may concern the female electorate such as national security, or the economy. The only way to get through to us is to compare voting to dating.
Bnei Akiva is seeking a compromise by allowing girls to dance in ultraviolet lighting for modesty reasons. Tiki Krakowski says it’s a compromise that serves nobody.