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Rare Combo: Religious Jew Takes Jazz Music Scene by Storm Israeli saxophonist and jazz singer Daniel Zamir was born to secular parents in Petah Tikva, but while studying at a prestigious New York university, he found a connection to the Jewish faith and returned to Israel as a reborn Jew, […]
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Actually, Modesty is About Empowerment, Not Oppression The correct statement would be that modesty isn’t about patriarchy, but fashion is. If a woman really wants to exercise her power, she will choose who and when and where to expose her most precious and powerful physical self to, rather than putting […]
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Actually, Modesty is About Empowerment, Not Oppression The correct statement would be that modesty isn’t about patriarchy, but fashion is. If a woman really wants to exercise her power, she will choose who and when and where to expose her most precious and powerful physical self to, rather than putting […]
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  Why This Chic Bodysuit Is a Hit Among Orthodox Jews and Corporate Warriors  Tamar Daniel, a former designer for Topshop, built her entire new label Tuxe around the bodysuit, reforming the polarizing garment into a chicly engineered item. Along with office professionals, the label has also found a niche […]
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How This Film About Modern Orthodox Women Turned Into a Surprise Hit The film “The Women’s Balcony” has no fancy camerawork, no huge twist, no laugh-out-loud moments, no sex and no violence (although there is some yelling — it is, after all, a movie about Israelis). Yet the movie is […]
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