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Some (actually many) Mikvaoth are designated for women's use only, generally for reasons of cleanliness.

Is there Halachic literature supporting (or urging) this?

(This question is not asking for differences between what constitutes a valid Mikvah for men or for women, but about the women'swomen-only designation that is common in some community Mikvaoth.)

Some (actually many) Mikvaoth are designated for women's use only, generally for reasons of cleanliness.

Is there Halachic literature supporting (or urging) this?

(This question is not asking for differences between what constitutes a valid Mikvah for men or for women, but about the women's-only designation that is common in some community Mikvaoth.)

Some (actually many) Mikvaoth are designated for women's use only, generally for reasons of cleanliness.

Is there Halachic literature supporting (or urging) this?

(This question is not asking for differences between what constitutes a valid Mikvah for men or for women, but about the women-only designation that is common in some community Mikvaoth.)

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Some (actually many) Mikvaoth are designated for women's use only, generally for reasons of cleanliness.

Is there Halachic literature supporting (or urging) this?

(This question is not asking for differences between what constitutes a valid Mikvah for men or for women, but about the women's-only designation that is common in some community Mikvaoth.)

Some (actually many) Mikvaoth are designated for women's use only, generally for reasons of cleanliness.

Is there Halachic literature supporting (or urging) this?

Some (actually many) Mikvaoth are designated for women's use only, generally for reasons of cleanliness.

Is there Halachic literature supporting (or urging) this?

(This question is not asking for differences between what constitutes a valid Mikvah for men or for women, but about the women's-only designation that is common in some community Mikvaoth.)

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