Don’t lean in — recline instead.
Eleven months ago, the Orthodox Union banned women from serving as clergy. Now, the organization is dragging its feet on enforcing the ban.
“I was in a place of acknowledging how traumatized I was from so many years of doing battle in Orthodoxy.”
“The Reform movement is the only place where I think a woman can truly be free to be a whole person.”
A popular Jewish pop music group has written a short cheery PSA about a weighty problem in the Orthodox Jewish community: women whose husbands have left them but refuse to give them a proper divorce.
JOFA initiative promotes women’s participation in Purim.
While I’ve occasionally squirmed at the incongruence — hypocrisy, perhaps — of my secular feminism and Orthodox Judaism, it wasn’t until the JOFA conference that I really paid it more than a passing thought.
Religious feminists don’t just face criticism from religious conservatives but from fellow feminists as well.
A new podcast on sex and halacha covers topics — from rape fantasies to sex toys — not usually discussed by your local rabbi.
As the associate director of the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance, Aaron Steinberg plays a direct role in shaping the trajectory of Orthodox feminist advocacy.