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Feb
11
comment tuna wrap in non-kosher restaurant
Why...........?
Feb
10
comment tuna wrap in non-kosher restaurant
@Gershon Gold, re: dishes - but it's all cold
Feb
10
asked tuna wrap in non-kosher restaurant
Jan
26
asked Can you see your wife unclothed?
Jan
26
comment Is it proper for a man to hold open a door for a woman?
@YDK, why does Rash say it is "improper"?
Jan
25
comment tznius in the bathroom
@Barry, @msh210, I don't see why you would say "it doesn't sound right"... there are many examples of rabinnic decrees which were made with certain exceptions that go beyond the absolute minimum that it would logically be necessary. The rabbis made an exception for the "place" of the bathroom, it is easier to understand and apply than a stricter version that would make it only when you "need to bathe" and they did not consider the extra strictness necessary.
Jan
17
revised Is swimming unclothed ok?
added 129 characters in body
Jan
16
accepted Is swimming unclothed ok?
Jan
16
comment Is swimming unclothed ok?
@Alex, when I said "historically" I meant more than just a century ago... I don't think people started wearing clothing in the water before about the 1700s
Jan
16
comment Is swimming unclothed ok?
Well, it seems like there are such strict halachos about covering up in the bathroom, it seems like there is some issue about being unclothed
Jan
16
answered Identifying a chasid
Jan
16
asked Is swimming unclothed ok?
Jan
16
comment tznius in the bathroom
This brings up another question about swimming, which I will ask separately
Jan
16
comment tznius in the bathroom
Not touching member... another disturbing halacha
Jan
16
comment Is it proper for a man to hold open a door for a woman?
how could there be a hirhur issue with one's own wife?
Jan
14
comment tznius in the bathroom
Yeah, I also heard about getting undressed under the covers... also very disturbing to me.
Jan
13
asked tznius in the bathroom
Jan
6
comment Avoiding accidentally eating cheese
Q: What is the definition of a calm Jew? A: He's milchig, and he davened mincha
Jan
5
answered Avoiding accidentally eating cheese
Jan
5
answered Wording in Torah when Moshe is commanded to appear before pharoh