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Feb
18
revised Rockets from Gaza while praying
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Feb
18
comment What is the source that forbids indecent dress by women?
@DoubleAA re: the possible dupe, reading that question and accepted answer again, it seems the OP was querying whether a woman's modesty has to with men seeing her or even alone. My question assumes based on universal acceptance that it has to with men seeing her, I just want to know the source.
Feb
18
comment Chasidish women driving vs. walking
@shmuelbrin don't ask me, I didn't invent this minhag nor do I hold of it. However, I do believe the people who did invent it could have reasoned that driving has more communication with surrounding people then walking.
Feb
18
answered Chasidish women driving vs. walking
Feb
18
comment What is the source that forbids indecent dress by women?
I'm 99% convinced it isn't a gemara, but hey, if you can show it to be I'll be thrilled.
Feb
18
comment Why isn't covering the place where hair meets the head good enough for a Sheitel?
@DoubleAA how does this have to do with Kol Isha? Danny:right, it would require the whole scalp at least even according to me.
Feb
18
asked What is the source that forbids indecent dress by women?
Feb
18
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Feb
17
comment How can you regain a love for learning talmud?
You're more likely to get some decent answers if you remove the requirements for sources on such an ambiguous topic.
Feb
17
comment Plastic gloves in Halacha
@SAH there is no Issur to touch Muktzeh, only to move it, which would then apply even with gloves.
Feb
17
comment Plastic gloves in Halacha
Re Niddah: the Issurim you mention only apply to a Wife who is a Niddah. The question applies to Niddahs where there are no Harchakos, an unmarried girl over 12 for example.
Feb
16
comment Why isn't covering the place where hair meets the head good enough for a Sheitel?
@IsaacKotlicky I would argue the opposite. The one tefach is used from the forehead in, and displays the attachment of the hair to the scalp which would be Ossur even according to what I suggest. The reason of that is because it is lacking in Shiur.
Feb
16
comment Why isn't covering the place where hair meets the head good enough for a Sheitel?
Exactly. Which would allow any married womans' own hair so long as they wore a hair-band that covered the seams.
Feb
16
comment Why isn't covering the place where hair meets the head good enough for a Sheitel?
Hi Danny, in what way is a ponytail sticking out under a Sheitel different from her own hair but just covering the scalp attachment? Is it because it is little hair? Or because at least she has a covering on?
Feb
16
asked Why isn't covering the place where hair meets the head good enough for a Sheitel?
Feb
15
revised Would a violated woman be allowed to remain married to her Cohen husband?
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Feb
15
comment Would a violated woman be allowed to remain married to her Cohen husband?
@DannySchoemann very interesting, something to think about is that a castrated person wouldn't be able to transgress anyway so that may carry extra leniency. thanks
Feb
14
comment Would a violated woman be allowed to remain married to her Cohen husband?
@YeZ if the other question wanted sources, why does the unsourced answer have so many upvotes and no complaints from the mods about the lack of sources?
Feb
13
comment Would a violated woman be allowed to remain married to her Cohen husband?
@ray perhaps. More so is there an Issur to remain married to her.
Feb
13
revised Would a violated woman be allowed to remain married to her Cohen husband?
explained that I want a source