The Eida HaChareidis1 paskened (and R' Wosner agreed) in accordance with the Mishna Berura2, who requires women to go in public places only when wearing redid (a head-covering wrapping the entire body ...
I am familiar with two different programs which (as far as I understand) teach women to be halachaik authorities. Graduates of one program--Yeshivat Maharat in New York--are called Maharat. Graduates ...
Who should be asking a niddah shaala the woman or her husband, or is there no difference or does it perhaps depend on what the shaala is. Rabbis prefer woman for a variety of reasons. The man often ...