by Miriam Kosman
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Marking International Women’s Day, here are some thought-provoking quotes by a wide range of Jewish women.
by Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum
Esther didn’t only save the Jewish people; she transformed the power of women.
by Faygie Holt
Lydia Kess helped pave the way for working mothers, Shabbat-observant Jews and others in corporate America.
by Rachel Kadosh
by Judy Gruen
New book from The Layers Project breaks taboos and stigmas.
by Aylin Sedighi-Gabbaizadeh
As an Iranian Jewish woman who grew up in Iran wearing a hijab, my childhood and experience of feminism is vastly different than most women.
by Peter Santenello
A deep dive into the Hasidic world of Boro Park, guided by Malky, a resident.
by Heather Dean
Learning from our matriarchs, Dina Coopersmith talks about the insights and influence that exist in every Jewish woman.
Is it sexist or sane policy to insist a third-party come along when a female reporter wants to interview a male candidate on the campaign trail?
by Eliana Cline
The cultural obsession with image and size is everywhere, and so are the destructive ramifications.
by Eve Levy
I walk around in this world with a constant awareness of who I am as a married Jewish woman – off limits to other intimate relationships.
She who laughs last.
by Shalvie Friedman
Beauty is not the most important value.
by Rivki Silver
I was overcome with a pronounced feeling of unfairness. I wasn’t supposed to be here tonight.
It was all for her family’s sake.
by Rachel Bergman
Last year at this time I was preparing to freeze my eggs. This year, I’m planning my wedding.
Amy Schumer’s mediocre film raises important issues about self-esteem and beauty.
Women who played a pivotal role in Exodus story.
by Amira Posner
My husband and I conceived our first child effortlessly, but the second time would never happen naturally again.
by Dr. Henry Abramson
Exploring the mysterious 2nd-Century find in the Cave of Letters.
by J-TV and Miriam Kosman
A fascinating analysis of Judaism’s perspective on the nature of the masculine and feminine.
Women today are declaring their need to feel more protected and more empowered through clothing that covers more than it reveals.
In academia and work, I kept feeling silenced. Surprisingly, it was people in the Orthodox Jewish community who took me seriously.
by Chayi Hanfling
Examining our patriarchal assumptions about which work is important.
Growing up surrounded by only girls enabled me to develop my self-worth independent of the admiration and judgment of boys.
by Emuna Braverman
What message are we giving our daughters when we pay for revealing dresses that objectify their body?
by Kimberly Hershenson
My journey from having a negative body image to finding self-love.
by Dina Coopersmith
Understanding the deeper connection between Miriam, Tu B'Shvat and celebrating the New Moon.
Brenda Barnes, the first female CEO of PepsiCo who ignited a firestorm by resigning to spend more time with her family, died last week.
by Sarah Hofstetter
Sarah Hofstetter is not your typical ‘ad man.’
by Leora Eisenberg
While Victoria’s Secret Angels are free to go bare on the runway, am I no less free to cover up in public?
by Sarah Rindner
Miriam Kosman’s groundbreaking book conveys a sophisticated approach to the Torah’s view of male and female forces.
by Kylie Ora Lobell
A new fashion design sketchbook shows less isn’t always more.
by Rochel Spangenthal
Because touch is sacred and my body is sacred. And sacred things should be saved for sacred moments.
by Paula Kweskin
Breaking the silence on ‘honor violence’ against women and girls in Muslim societies.
by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
Are stay-at-home moms weak and dependent?
Old is not ugly. Looking like a mask of your former self is ugly.
by Ruchama Feuerman
A holiday of thankfulness and self-invention.
by Bayla Sheva Brenner
Even though I married later in life, I anticipated having children. I still can’t believe it’s not going to happen. I wasn’t prepared for this.
by Ashley Seener
What do girls see when they look into the mirror?
by Debbie Gutfreund
I love and respect you, but I don’t want my life to revolve around you.
Is the gender gap partially a fabric gap?
by Rabbi Levi Welton
Going to the mikvah is not about getting clean. It’s about getting alive.
by Alex Boye and Lone Peak Stake
A viral video about modesty.
by Rea Bochner
Dressing modestly states: I am defined by who I am inside, not by what I look like on the outside.
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