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Friday, October 20, 2006

I'm Still Cracking Up

Shifra, as usual, just has a way with satiric observations. She made me literally laugh out loud with her description of the scene at the Six Flags amusement park over Chol HaMoed Sukkot. This paragraph was one of her best:
There were also a few women who I'll call "Hot Chanies" (also TM.) These women, mothers in their mid-twenties or early thirties who came to the park with boys with payos tucked behind their ears, and little girls in tights and matching jumpers. These women were dressed to kill (think Boro Park meets Bond girl) in full makeup with long, sleek, sexy sheitles, tight sweaters and skirts slit high up the side, and high heeled boots! Bending over to put their kids into the rides they certainly attracted plenty of attention if not wolf whistles. This is a style I've not seen much of before but it didn't seems to phase their husbands who seemed to gaze about blankly while talking on their cell phones (as mentioned above.)
Shifra may not have seen much of this this style before, but I am quite familiar. It is the style of choice for most young turkettes in the Five Towns.

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Blogger RomanWanderer said...

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9:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

shif's a hoot

10:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm not surprised--I was in Monsey over thhe summer and I saw women running around in short, tight wrap-dresses and flip-flops. Yes, their hair was covered, but they shouldn't have bothered.

12:05 PM  
Blogger Still Wonderin' said...

"Yes, their hair was covered, but they shouldn't have bothered."

Bullshit! The Torah has some deal with women covering their hair. That is the halachic tradition.

But there is no halachic tradition for women to adhere to the arbitrary standards of tznius of the school that brainwashed you...you self-righteous boob! Grrrrr.

1:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoa!!!! Let's not get carried away here, and maintain at least a little bit of maturity and decorum.

Tznius is about modesty which not only means covering up cetain parts of the body, but also means not drawing attention to oneself. Of course a person should always be put together and look good, which will make them feel good as well. But the comments which were admittedly harsh had a point and that is parents should not be giving mixed messages to their children in regard to frumkeit and tznius.

If your children are sporting long peius and tights then your clothing should be "in line" with that mode of dress. You should obviously not be wearing slits and tight clothing, which is contradictory to the way you are dressing your children. Pick a concept and stick to it for the entire family. Oherwise you are being quite hypocritical.

2:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoa!!!! Let's not get carried away here, and maintain at least a little bit of maturity and decorum.

Tznius is about modesty which not only means covering up cetain parts of the body, but also means not drawing attention to oneself. Of course a person should always be put together and look good, which will make them feel good as well. But the comments which were admittedly harsh had a point and that is parents should not be giving mixed messages to their children in regard to frumkeit and tznius.

If your children are sporting long peius and tights then your clothing should be "in line" with that mode of dress. You should obviously not be wearing slits and tight clothing, which is contradictory to the way you are dressing your children. Pick a concept and stick to it for the entire family. Oherwise you are being quite hypocritical.

2:04 PM  
Blogger Honestly Frum said...

This "Hot Channie" can be seen on any corner of Boro Park or Faltbush any day of the week. The bigger the hat the shorter or tighter the skirt. But as long as you have a hat you are far "better" than anyone who chas v'lshalom wears a srugi and lives in Teaneck.

2:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is Hot Channie married to Schlumpy Shloimie? And "still wondering" could use some classes in anger management--and could probably some classes in other things as well.

2:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A few years ago, I and my MO family went to Splish Slash (a water park in Riverhead), and met a family on the parking shuttle. He had a big black velevt kippah, and she were a snooed and a long white robe. Later, we saw her with her snood and her skimpy string bikini, the most skimpy in the entire park.

2:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess some people thing that you can put Hashem on the shelf when you go swimming in the park.

3:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How are those women with several small children able to get fully made up? I know--the shiksa's watching the kids while they're spending ahalf an hour by thhe mirror

3:09 PM  
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4:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

as my husband has been known to have said, "he wears a gart'l to shul, she wears it later to the beach."

1:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

why blame the women ? its the man who like sexy looks let them do some teshuva......

8:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

why blame the women ? its the man who like sexy looks let them do some teshuva......

8:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who knows which spouse is having the yezter hara challenge. If you have never dealt with couples then you are foolish to caste aspersions. It seems to me this situation calls out for more shi'urim for young marrieds. Limud Torah is the only elixar to this terrbile failure in our holy torah nation. Lastly my wife and I were in BP ( I do not go there too often) and I asked her about rampant pritzus in BP and she said she did not see any for the 25 minutes she waited for me to finish davening and then we did not see any while we walked four blocks to the tuitition committee for BMG. So BH it is not so baaad

10:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sue me but I like the Hot Chanies. It's not like the largely revolting blobs who are so offended are doing a mitzvah in being eyesores.

5:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sue me but I like the Hot Chanies

No one said that they are pleasent to look at, but they shoild not be something they are not, which is holy on the inside and a s-ut on the outside.

5:08 PM  
Blogger Halfnutcase said...

R"L that we have reduced our daughters to the point where they have to find solace in the most base part of their make up.

i really feel sorry for these girls that they feel this is the way to make themselves special, it's quite disgusting.

and btw anon, WOMEN WHERE NOT MADE TO BE MEN'S EYE CANDY!

they where made to be the compliment and partner of men, an equal and fully included partner in everything. to make them in to anything else debases them and more than that it debases your self to reduce your self to what is essentialy the most animal of human drives.

5:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1/2 NUT

It is society issue in general. Appernace is everything, and it has hit our channies too. But there has to be line between fashion and overt sexuality.

6:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It has hit our Channies, but also our Shloimies. Many of the young men who are looking for shidduchim, are specifying early in the list that they want a pretty, skinny girl. These are not the ideals Yeshiva boys should be speaking of.

6:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These are not the ideals Yeshiva boys should be speaking of.

SEX SELLS EVEN IN THE BEHAMISH COMMUNITY>

6:31 PM  
Anonymous goyguy said...

Anonymous said...

why blame the women ? its the man who like sexy looks let them do some teshuva......

8:05 AM

Women dress, starve themselves, and shop to mainly impress other catty women. This is a well known fact.

Getting all dolled up and slutty looking for the guys is a waste of time since basically all men are dogs, and check out anything in a skirt. Not that we don't like the slutty look. It's just not really necessary.

Besides, you can't hide a pretty girl. Long skirt, long sleeves, burka, whatever. We spot them all ;-)

12:03 AM  
Blogger queeniesmom said...

The "Hot Chanies" were also at the circus over Chol HaMoed. What I found mind boggelling were the looks my friend was given because she wore a denim skirt; I expected the looks because I don't wear a sheitel. Although given many of the ones that I've seen lately, you wouldn't know that "Chanie" was covering her hair.

Hopefully we are not teaching our daughters that this is the accepted way of dressing? I would hope there is something in between "hot Chanie" and "Shabbat Housefrau".

1:31 AM  
Blogger MDmom said...

Women dress, starve themselves, and shop to mainly impress other catty women. This is a well known fact.

this lunacy has deadly ramifications. my cousin's schoolmate in her seminary in j'lem died last month. this girl was 18. while the immediate cause of death was heart failure, the doctors said she was anorexic.

1:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a hugh problem in society at large and now in the frum community. To make it out as a new or unusual problem is to minimize it. Yeshivot (espically for girls) will focus on the need to have the best foot forward to find a mate. While most young women will do the right thing, there are a few who cant keep up and will need short cuts. But that is not what this topic is about..... We are talking about the gils/woemn who have found a mate, married, 3+kids, and now find a need to flaut their fight fitting dolche and gabina clothing in public. Is it fashion?? Is it marital dissatisfaction? Is it something else?

7:09 AM  
Blogger Halfnutcase said...

these are girls not feeling like they have anything else to pride themselves on.

the looks they get are more than likely the only thing they get to bolster their self esteem, sad though.

i suspect that telling girls they have to be thin to get a shidduch has something to do with it. Girls probably equate thin with being worthwhile because of this.

7:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1/2 nut said:

the looks they get are more than likely the only thing they get to bolster their self esteem, sad though.

you are right but

Why, is hubby not paying attention?? Is hubby secretly more interested in the forbidden but, slutty neighbor??

8:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I laughed when I saw OM put on this post. I was also in a theme park on chol hamoed and know exactly what she was referring to, by hot chanie's. what was how these women make it so obvious that they are trying so hard. skin tight fur lined boots in 80 degree weather with your new most colorful sweater so that you don't leave the park being noticed by every person. the only thing that i don't agree with OM aboout is the comparison to the 5 towns. i wouldn't sayu that's how most women dress here. half the women stay in their gym clothes half the day, other wear juicy and hard tail casual wear, others look normal nice. and then you have a few that i see in costco in 6inch heels and a big shabbos hat, but i wouldd say they are the minority and of the older crowd.

8:19 AM  
Anonymous Sam said...

We "Orthodox Jews" are a very small part of a very small people. Orthodoxy within itself is very diverse. We come in many many stripes. We all try to conform to what we perceive as acceptable community standards. It's sometimes difficult to reach a comfort level. But that can be achieved with the help of time and good friends. Who needs more?

9:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"We all try to conform to what we perceive as acceptable community standards."

And we try to test the line, and if no one complains, we try to stretch again. Preception is not always reality.

10:49 AM  
Anonymous Sam said...

That's why I consider myself "flexi-dox"..and it works for me fine

11:09 AM  
Blogger Halfnutcase said...

more than likely hubby is so shallow that he only values his wife for how she looks and his ability to show her off. This is opposed to valuing her for her character, her intelegence, or other more noble things to value about someone.

or he may treat her like property, i've heard that can be a problem in some frum circles as well, takingf her totaly for granted. really something we need to fix.

11:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 8:19 - you clearly have never been to a Red Shul function!!

11:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of Red Shul - Mom are you going to comment on the rabbi's first drasha from shabbos morning (also known as the "Gourmet Glatt is Fine - Just Dont Eat There" speech?)

11:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1/2 nut GREAT POST. RIGHT ON POINT.

Maybe if the girls yeshiva/seminary taught and encouraged careers (home is a lifestyle choice not a career)these women would have personalities and intrests indpendent of hubby. From my point of view, they are stuck because of their inferior position and cannot change, or evne dare take charge of their own life on fear of hubby.

11:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 8:19 - you clearly have never been to a Red Shul function!!

Here we go again . . . how original . . . picking on the Red Shul. Are you referring to the myriad tzedakah functions and tehillim gatherings and shiurim in people's homes? Truly a crime that girls aren't wearing their gym clothes to those. Have YOU ever been to a Red Shul function? If you send me your phone number, we'll be sure you get a personal invite next time. Perhaps then you'll appreciate the good being accomplished instead of bashing their fashion sense. You can even come in a floppy hat and long denim skirt - we promise not to laugh and we'll surely take your check, no matter how poorly you're dressed . . .

11:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree, whomever wrote the Red Shul comment was stupid, but their senetment is well taken.

12:04 PM  
Blogger Izzy said...

I showed my wife (who's name happens to be Channie) the quote above about "hot Chanie's", and now it is a running joke with us.

Whenever I want to complement her on how attractive she is to me, I call her "my 'hot Channie'"

Thanks so much for another way to "romance" my wife. After more than 25 years of marriage, I've finally learned to take advantage of every opportunity to be romantic with her.

1:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First of all, the Hot Chanie (TM) comment was defined in an environment where such dress didn't seem called for -- as in an amusement park, or taken further, in other "mundane" activities. I don't think the definition applies to how people would dress on shabbos, yom tov, or to a simcha. So how anyone could extrapolate that towards the red shul is beyond me. If you're talking about tznius, that's an entirely different conversation, and extends to denim skirts and snoods just as well.

Secondly, if you want to comment about the red shul, and how you perceive how people dress there, I urge you to look around at other shuls where people seemingly dress in less "flashy" attire, yet their actual behavior is far more questionable and inappropriate.

It's what's on the inside that counts -- not what you think you see on the outside.

1:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Dress to Impress". I see nothing wrong with it. If you are commenting on it, you are obviously a very jealous person. Leave the Red Shul out of this. There are plenty of women from Brooklyn shuls who dress and do worse than any individual in the Red Shul would ever think of doing!!

1:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 1:13 - - whatever could you be referring to with the "I urge you to look around at other shuls where people seemingly dress in less "flashy" attire, yet their actual behavior is far more questionable and inappropriate." Could this be in reference to the ever popular "Cake Lady"...hmm....

1:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...whatever happened to that blog about the cake lady?

2:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I completely agree that bringing up the Red Shul was not appropriate or necessary for this conversation, however while we're on the topic...let it be know that a LARGE portion of Red Shulers do come from Brooklyn so to say that this is prevalent in Brooklyn too is a bit redundant.

2:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 2:56.... So what you are saying is that this is a Jewish issue and not specific to any community? Or did you just want to bash the good and wonderful people in the Red Shul?

2:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe it's time for a separate "Red Shul Venting" blog

3:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

totally not a Red Shul bash. Just saying that it's ridiculous to point out the Red Shul because not only is it not only the Red Shul, but not only 5 Towns

3:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

www.redshul.blogspot.com

3:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The holy city of Brooklyn is really not so hioly...if we are starting a bashing blog i think a brooklyn bash would be very satisfying

3:16 PM  
Anonymous Ariella Brown said...

you're quite right, and the same for the husbands on the cell phones, though the wives usually have that as part of their accessories, too. I dress more of the old-timer Far Rockaway style, if you know what I mean -- loose long skitrts, comfortable shoes, and even the old-fashioned snoods rather than the mod tichels tied pirate style -- over a fall or hair coming out the back.

4:49 PM  
Anonymous Ariella said...

But this "Hot Chanie" TM pheonomenon is not only here and now. I recall back in my college days that some girls lamented the fact that some of the Jewish girls dressed for college as they would for "tashlich" [itself a problem] and that some men would hang out around the kosher cafe in Brooklyn Coll. to watch the parade of dressed up girls.
Generally, non-Jewish housewives don't dress up much -- jeans and T-shirts being the standard. But frum women feel a need to overcompensate b/c a) they are not shiksas (in the sense of the natural attraction attributed to shiksas) and b)they feel further disadvantaged byhaving to dress tsnius.
Of course, there are also personal inclinations. There are women who enjoy dressing to the nines, and then there are those of us who can't fathom walking in any heels above 2 inches.

5:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nines does not = slutty

5:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Anon 8:19 - you clearly have never been to a Red Shul function!!"

Actually I daven there!! Half the people there found their clothes at bargain places, loehmans, marshalls, fox's, cenrury 21, some have their parents still buying their clothes and their kids clothes and very few spend high end. Go pick on the women of Lawrence, in Gucci, chanel, versace, louis vouiton, and the list goes on.

6:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

will we need a bashing blog for "the women of lawrence" too?

7:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I dont think that ones shul dictates ones dress code. It is what is ones heart and mind, and not in their siddur that matters.

7:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What could possibly be in their siddur?

7:37 PM  
Blogger MUST Gum Addict said...

But frum women feel a need to overcompensate b/c a) they are not shiksas (in the sense of the natural attraction attributed to shiksas) and b)they feel further disadvantaged by having to dress tsnius.

This has got to be, truly, the saddest statement I have EVER seen in my entire life. Talk about low self-esteem. If this is really true (and if it is, it's the first I've ever heard of it), then we have a much larger problem on our hands and more importantly in our schools.

Seriously, OM, PLEASE tell me that this is not the norm.

9:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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9:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Agreed with Anon 2:12 - if someone could PLEASE link us the Cake Lady blog we would much appreciate it!

9:51 AM  
Blogger PsychoToddler said...

Hot Chanies (TM) rool!

Though I gotta say, if the sheitel is so good that it looks like she's not covering her hair at all, what exactly is the point?

11:48 AM  
Anonymous Ariella said...

Psychotoddler, that is a point that is largely ignored by women willing to pay $800 just to have the sheitel cut because they believe that will enhance their look. A lot of the recent enhancement in sheitels are actually considered prohibited by some. There was an article called "SOS-Save Our Sheitels" by Rabbi Falk (author of the tsnius book) that appeared on the Dea veDibbur site a few years ago. His advice: if you bought a sheitel with the white part that looks like a natural scalp, you can continue to wear it if you color it in. But I don't know any woman who has done tht. (Personally, I don't own a sheitel with a white part, though I'm not certain all my sheitels come up to his standards.)

12:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw quite a few 5T women in Six Flags on Chol HaMoed. All were wearing flats or sneakers, with one exception who was wearing casual wedge slides. It's not right to bring up 5T women in connection with this post.

11:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The hot Chanie syndrome is a result of the way the old beards who run the girls schools repress them thru their teen years.Not letting them wear makeup,telling them how to wear their hair,a slit of one inch means you get sent home,etc.

1:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The hot Chanie syndrome is a result of the way the old beards who run the girls schools repress them thru their teen years.Not letting them wear makeup,telling them how to wear their hair,a slit of one inch means you get sent home,etc."

This is probably a very valid observation. No one teaches what tznius is all about or that it is a beautiful concept from the Torah Perspective. It is just another huge "NO NO!!!" It is not looked upon as a mitzvah it is taught that it is an aveirah and it is therefore forced into the hearts, minds and onto the bodies of young women until they rebel against the rule not truly understanding the basic concept and beauty of modesty.

If it were taught in the right derech it would be accepted with the right Kavonah. When one accepts the concept it stays apart of you for life, like waiting 6 hours between meat and milk, you wouldn't change that because the desert looks more tempting. And you wouldn't change your morals and values because other people dress differently than you do.

10:08 PM  
Anonymous meme said...

"There was an article called "SOS-Save Our Sheitels" by Rabbi Falk (author of the tsnius book) that appeared on the Dea veDibbur site a few years ago. His advice: if you bought a sheitel with the white part that looks like a natural scalp, you can continue to wear it if you color it in. But I don't know any woman who has done tht. (Personally, I don't own a sheitel with a white part, though I'm not certain all my sheitels come up to his standards.)"

Rabbi Falk's reasoning in that sefer is so thoroughly ahalachic that it can not properly be called to prohibit anything. One of his doozies is that there's no prohibition to try and look younger than your age but there is a prohibition to look "So young" as to be single. Tell that to an 18 year old married chassidic girl! He further assers baseball caps because, Lady Di notwithstanding, he thinks they violate the issur he just invented. The book is really claptrap and I'm surprised you would seriously quote it.

BTW he also doesn't properly understand what women are looking for in sheitls. "Natural" is not the only variable in sheitls, what looks natural on one person looks bad (if natural) on another. White parts go along with very flat tops - something he considers too "natural" but actually look awful on some(who proceed to sew in lots of expensive hair to avoid a top that is that flat).

6:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"But I don't know any woman who has done tht."

I do and not only for tznius reasons. A lot of people don't like them for various reasons.

6:13 AM  
Blogger Erica said...

Why are some of you so judgemntal? What works for one family may not suit another. Personally, I try to mind my own business when it comes to other people's life choices (ie: personal style). I equally respect the "HC"s and those women who truly follow tzniut to the."t". After all, isn't that what hashem wants from us? - Respect for others and peace. Do what you want. Think what you want and present yourself to the world as you interpret g-d's will for you. Be happy. Be you.

10:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I want my own hot Channie, dammit!

12:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I want my own hot Channie, dammit!

12:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I want my own hot Channie!

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Anonymous Deborah Shaya said...

There is No codified Halacha that a married woman must cover her hair totally and constantly whenever she steps out of her house.

The Halachah has been MISinterpreted. When the Halachah refers to "Covering hair," it does not mean "Cover your hair with hair!" and "constantly for life." The Halachah is that:

A married woman is required to cover her hair when:

(1) she lights the candles to welcome in Shabbat and Yom Tov – lechavod Shabbat ve Yom Tov, and

(2) when she goes to the Synagogue, because that is the place of Kedusha.

The Halacha does not require anything more from married women. This is the true interpretation of the Halacha.

The misinterpretation of the Torah is completely Assur, and a twisting of the Torah.The Torah must remain straight.

8:02 AM  
Anonymous Deborah Shaya said...

In ancient times, a woman would only cover her hair upon entering the Beit HaMikdash. Similarly for the Sotah-otherwise she would not be required to cover her hair ordinarily, day to day.

It is very important for people to know and realise that when a married woman covers her hair with 'Real Hair' the woman is covering herself with 100% Tumah. This is totally against the Torah.

Nothing could be more nonsensical than for a Jewish woman to cover her hair with someone else's hair -who was not Jewish as well! She can never fully be sure that this 'hair' has not come from meitim-despite any guarantee by the seller.This 'real hair' is doubly and in some circumstances, triply Tumah.

1.It will contain the leftover dead hair cells from another person - however much it has been treated, the tumah is still there.

2.This other person (likely to be a non-Jew who most likely was involved in some kind of Avodah Zarah) may have eaten bacon, ham, lobster etc, all of which are totally forbidden as unclean and non-kosher foods in Halacha.

3.If the woman happens to be the wife of a COHEN, then she is bringing her husband into close contact and proximity with meitim and Tumah Every day, and throughout their married life. This is clearly strictly against the Torah.

There is nothing more degrading and demeaning to a woman than to make her cover her hair FOR LIFE upon marriage. It is an abhorrent practice.

8:03 AM  
Anonymous Deborah Shaya said...

Any man who makes such a ridiculous demand on his wife, or wife-to-be, should similarly also be required by his wife to wear: long white stockings, even in the summer; a fur streimel; grow a long beard; wear a black hat and coat constantly, and cover his face when he speaks to his wife. Wigs -"la perruque"- were merely a fashion item in the time of Louis XIV-they are not for the Jewish woman!

Rabbi Menachem Schneerson tz”l, known as the, “Lubavitcher Rebbe” gave the directive that a married woman must cover her head with a “sheitel.” This needs to be corrected. Rabbi Schneersohn a"h, was a Tzaddik, – but on this – he was, unfortunately not correct.

8:03 AM  
Anonymous Deborah Shaya said...

It is extremely unhealthy and unhygienic for a woman to cover her hair constantly.

1. The hair needs oxygen to breathe, as well as some exposure to sunlight.

2. Her hair will turn one shade darker, and will become dull and matt.

3. A woman will lose the natural bounce and shine of her hair.

4. Scalp problems may develop, and some of a woman’s hair may fall out.

5. She may get headaches, and suffer with itchiness and sweat.

6. The woman may end up cutting her hair short like a man, when she always wore it long - in order not to have too much discomfort from her hair covering.

Do you think that HaKadosh Baruch Hu commanded this of women? I can assure you that He did not. It is not a mitzvah for a woman to sweat and suffer. That is not Torah.

The commmandments are not meant to make a woman feel so oppressed and repressed. In addition, when a woman “loses” her hair through a permanent hair covering, she may become very sad. This sadness may cause a certain depression in her, which are negative states to be avoided.

We are commanded to serve Hashem with joy: “Ivdu et Hashem beSimcha!” (Tehillim: 100:2)

The women are very holy. They are much more holy than the men.

And the Shechinah is suffering with the women. Every day.

Whatever happened to a woman’s intuition? Hashem gave the woman a very, high level of intuition – over and above the man.

Was Chava created with a wig? Of course not! Did she start wearing a wig? Of course not!

Please Wake Up.

Use the spark of intelligence that Hakadosh Baruch Hu gave to you and blessed you with.

And give your wig back to your husband if you wear one.

8:04 AM  
Anonymous Deborah Shaya said...

1. To all the women who are wondering about the sources:

We have all been created, "Betselem Elokim" - "in the image of Elokim."

This means that we have been given something called "intelligence." The source is the very first Parsha, Bereishit - 1:27. It is time that people use the spark of intelligence and Kedusha with which Hashem has blessed them.

If your rabbi will tell you to go and jump into the depths of a glacier, presumably you would do that too – and give me a source for it?

“According to the Zohar”, I should also be covering my hair with a wig when I have a bath. “According to the Zohar and the Gemara” and all the sources that have misinterpreted the Halachah, and MIStranslated the Zohar, I should also have been born with a WIG on my head.

These sources and translations are incorrect, as they have deviated very far from the true and correct interpretation, of the Halachah.

2.Remember that the Jewish women are very, very holy. They are much more holy than the men. Look at the exemplary behaviour of the women at Har Sinai.

The women never sinned at the Eigel, and so are greatly elevated. Many of the men, unfortunately, ran after a calf made out of a lump of gold – after they had just been given the Torah, and seen the greatest of all Revelations. The women refused to give their gold for the avodah zarah of the men.

The women were greatly elevated after such a wonderful display of Emunah, and they are regarded very highly in Shamayim.

That is why women are not even required to pray. They can pray at home on their own. Nor do women have to make up a minyan. That is how holy the Jewish women are. Men have to pray 3 times a day to remind them of their Creator.

The men are telling the women to put the hair of a non-Jewish woman who may have eaten things like snakes and sharks and alligators, and has worshipped in churches, Buddist temples or Hindu temples : on their own Heads. They had better wake up.

If the men don’t want to wake up to the truth, and the true interpretation of the Halacha, the women will wake them up – whether they like it or not.

3. Many righteous women influenced their husbands for the good at the Chet Haeigel and at the time of Korach.

It was these righteous women who succeeded in bringing their husbands back to their senses.

And because of these great women, the lives of their husbands were saved. Those men therefore turned away from the madness of avodah zarah, and the rebellion of Korach against Hashem's choice of Aharon, as Cohen HaGadol.

8:05 AM  
Anonymous Deborah Shaya said...

4. Look at the Jewish women in history, and remember how holy they are.

(a) Yaakov, who was the greatest of the Avot, came to marry the 2 daughters of Lavan, Rachel and Leah. Lavan was not exactly a tzaddik. Yaakov went to Lavan, of all people, to marry his 2 daughters – not 1 daughter, but his 2 daughters. Nothing could be greater than that.

(b) Rut, who came from Moav, became the ancestor of David Hamelech.

(c ) Batya, the daughter of Paroh, was given eternal life because she rescued Moshe from the river. No one could have been more evil than Paroh.

(d) Devorah, was a Neviah, and also a Judge.

Women who came from such adverse backgrounds, were able to become builders of Am Yisrael. That is how holy the women are, and how much more elevated they are than the men.

This was never the case with men. It never happened the other way round.

Don't tell me it is holy for me to wear a WIG! Hair over my own hair? This is ridiculous!

Similarly, don’t tell me it is holy for me to clamp a permanent head covering on my head for the rest of my life. This is equally vile.

Please Wake Up.

Use the spark of intelligence that Hakadosh Baruch Hu gave to you and blessed you with. And your intuition.

And give your wig back to your husband if you wear one.

8:06 AM  
Anonymous Deborah Shaya said...

5. Remember: Not a single “dayan” or “rabbi” has the slightest bit of interest in correcting the situation for the women. Therefore, the women will have to correct the situation................for ..................themselves.

When the Halachah is interpreted correctly - by the women themselves - there will be tremendous relief. And Simcha...

Whether you wish to accept the correction – which is true – is up to you. Are you going to live by the truth? Are you going to use the spark of intelligence that Hashem gave to you and all women? Or are you going to follow rabbis and dayanim who tell you to wear a wig in a Heat Wave – and you thank them for it as well?

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Not a sheitel AND a hat, but a Carpet. Or you could go for 5 shaitels on your heads and a rug.

And do you know what the Jewish woman will say to her husband?

‘Yes, husband! I am now wearing a carpet on my head!’

You women must either be extremely thick, or petrified.

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