Exclusively the territory of young men for so long, rabbinical schools today in the non-Orthodox movements are welcoming women and gay students.
The construction of an eruv in most traditional communities may be a response to the needs of women.
Traditional Judaism can--and should--embrace feminism to allow for greater equality in Jewish religious life.
Over time the rabbis increased the wife's power in a marriage, yet maintained the absolute right of the husband to grant a divorce.
Biblical divorce law provided some protection for women by setting limits on a man's absolute power to divorce.
Writing and delivering the get (bill of divorce) is a complicated process requiring experts in Jewish divorce law.
A founder of the Orthodox feminist movement discusses issues confronting the movement now and in the future