Ezras Nashim will provide emergency medical care for female patients in Boro Park while maintaining standards of modesty
Covering my hair makes me feel like part of the Orthodox community. But how I cover it makes me feel like an individual.
How can we square conspicuous extravagance with laws of modesty? What about Jewish laws about treating animals humanely?
When I got married, my sheitel was a symbol of my vows and my Orthodoxy. Then it became a symbol of my discontent.
How people treat us in public often depends on what we’re wearing on our heads, whether it’s my wig or his yarmulke
It wasn’t a question of modesty, but intimacy: ‘I had to dial back my friendships with men, for the sake of my marriage’
When I bought jeans recently, I redefined what ‘tzniut’ means to me as an Orthodox woman