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I know women’s singing is not allowed in front of men who are not related to u but is rhyming okay? like a women saying a poem at Sheva Brachos? (which men are attending) please answer asap because I want to say it at shabbos Sheva Brachos in a few days

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Hi, many people regardless of gender or sex may experience a hormonal period without the bleeding. I'm an intersex trans man, which means I was upbringed as female, my sex is a mix of male and female characteristics and I identify as a man, am I in a state of niddah during a period without bleeding? Does the same go for non-intersex cis women and trans men on testosterone who sometimes experience it, what about cis men or trans women on estrogen?

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Are women obligated to mention Shabbat, Rosh Chodesh, Yom Tov, Hanukkah etc. when bentching on those holidays or no since its time bound

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Women are not obligated In wearing teffilin, however, many (especially Ashkenazi) communities allow them to voluntarily observe it for a mitzvah (to my understanding with a Berachah). If a woman is of this custom, do the laws of Chatzitzah apply to her as they do for a man (who is generally obligated in teffilin)

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I was curious, what are general Jewish views on feminism. The reason I ask is because many feminists say Judaism, like other faiths, is misogynistic/sexist, due to lack of female leadership, modesty laws, etc. so what should the outlook be?

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Hace mucho que me preguntava si cuando va a ser tu tevila tu puedes eleguir a tu rabina para no sentirte incomoda si es alguin que no quieres que este.

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In the laws of family purity, there are two categories, women who are niddah, and women who are Zavah. A niddah is a woman who experiences her menstrual cycle, whereas a Zavah is a woman with a spontaneous uterine discharge unrelated to her menstrual cycle. If a woman decides to “skip a period” by taking menstruation suppression therapy, and then menstruates after her normal cycle, does she have the status of a Niddah (just with a delayed cycle), or is this considered a Zavah (spontaneous discharge)?

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Dear Rabbi I wanted to know if women should wash mayim achronim before bentching? If women are excempt can youl Please explain the reason so I can better understand it. If there's no reason why a women shouldn't do it I would love to beautify my mitzvah with this! -bli neder. I usually only wash my hands like netails yadaim bli bracha before bentching because of crumbs or oils my hand might have gathered while eating but I was curious if I should wash more mayim achronim like my bentcher indicates. I have no family minhag as I am a giyores. Also curious regarding not leaving any utensils in the table after eating (I know the reason is more than hygiene) is there's any special reason why people are so careful about this ? I am the mother of a sweet toddler who one day will ask me this question trying to learn more so I am equipped for when that happens Iy"H I learned all this back in seminary but it's been awhile I can't remember. Thank you in advance!   Thank you in advance! ☺️

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I’ve heard baking Shabbat challah is a mitzvah reserved for women. Can a man fulfill the mitzvah instead? I know how to do it better than my wife does, and I enjoy it much better and have more spare time. My wife prefers when I do it.