What makes ceremonies specifically for women unique?
Beliefs & Practices
Acceptance versus rejection of the laws governing monthly mikveh visits.
A profile of the anarchist and lifelong advocate for social justice.
In the Middle Ages, a Jewish woman's social well-being was considered important, but her life was strictly guided by Jewish law.
Women & Feminism
Considering the role of gender in producing knowledge about Judaism.
Traditional Judaism can--and should--embrace feminism to allow for greater equality in Jewish religious life.
A founder of the Orthodox feminist movement discusses issues confronting the movement now and in the future
Women's association with the new moon dates far back in history.
In this busy portion, the daughters of Zelophehad succeed in staking claim their father’s land — sort of.
In the context of Jewish divorce, there are no chained men. Why?
Confronting a troubling biblical narrative.
By and large it is not only the preference for beauty that has spilled into Western culture, but also the equation between beauty and goodness.