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How Much Cleavage Can A Good Orthodox Woman Reveal Publicly?
If an Orthodox Jewish woman is proud of her body, to what extent is she allowed to flaunt it? Is she allowed to select clothing that shows her curves off to advantage? How much cleavage can she show with the … Continue reading
Posted in Orthodoxy, Pico/Robertson Tagged fuddy duddy, orthodox shuls, orthodox woman, orthodox women, short skirts, women wearing skirts Comments Off on How Much Cleavage Can A Good Orthodox Woman Reveal Publicly?
The Longest Torah Portion – Parashat Naso (Numbers 4:21-7:89)
I discuss the weekly Torah portion with Rabbi Rabbs every Monday at 7pm PST on my live cam and on YouTube. Watch the videos here. This week’s Torah portion is the longest of the year — Parashat Naso (Numbers 4:21-7:89). … Continue reading
Posted in Torah Tagged committing adultery, honor killings, jealous husbands, live cam, naso, orthodox woman, rabbi, rabbs, weekly torah portion Comments Off on The Longest Torah Portion – Parashat Naso (Numbers 4:21-7:89)
I’ve Never Dated An Orthodox Girl
I don’t fear so often these days that I’m losing control. Therapy is calming. I can bounce my life off someone sharp and get greater clarity. It also gives me accountability. My therapist names things I’m going through such as … Continue reading
Posted in Orthodoxy, Personal Tagged fear of abandonment, orthodox jews, orthodox life, orthodox shul, orthodox woman, orthodox women Comments Off on I’ve Never Dated An Orthodox Girl
Who’s Editing Danielle Berrin?
Somebody is asleep at the wheel of the Jewish Journal. Don’t they ever edit their writers? I like Danielle Berrin. She’s really hot. But she badly needs a strong disciplinary hand. I find myself paging through the Jewish Journal these … Continue reading
Posted in Calendar Girls, Danielle Berrin Tagged dissenting voice, dose of reality, Jewish Journal, jewish religious life, journal article, orthodox woman, religious conflict, torah scholars Comments Off on Who’s Editing Danielle Berrin?
Another View On Yossi Shereshevsky
A rabbi writes: Levi, Not sure how you get the best scoops on these stories (Mordechai Gafni, Isaac Hersh), but your info seems the most complete. Regarding "Sherry", what we called Yossi as a teenager, here’s the other side of … Continue reading
Posted in Sharashefsky Tagged bitter divorce, contradictions, decade, east coast, hersh, israel goldstein, Kollel, orthodox community, orthodox woman, perfidy, personal knowledge, rabbi yossi, religious court, rogues, scoops, shabbat, sherry, signs, teenager, whitewash Comments Off on Another View On Yossi Shereshevsky