Valuing privacy doesn’t have to come at such a high cost.
Some women are eternally stylish, effortlessly fashionable, always chic no matter the setting. I have never really been one of those women. I was the girl in high school who found her prom dresses at the thrift store, and rocked caution tape for a sash at Winter Formal. I have never really understood the mystery that is… Continue reading That Time I Thought I Could Be a Fashionista
I’ve been following Pop Chassid’s blog for a little while now. I enjoy and respect his perspectives on Judaism, and life, and admire his bravery for tackling topics that are, shall we say, on the unpopular side. I don’t like conflict. I don’t like being yelled at online by people I don’t even know. So,… Continue reading In Defense of Pop Chassid
You may have heard about the Hasidic newspaper which edited the photo of the security team in the Situation Room. One of my mom’s friends even asked her about it, and she in turn asked me. I didn’t feel like I gave a very good response. It was a little bit knee-jerk, a little bit… Continue reading Around the web: The Photoshop Newspaper Debacle, Gender Stereotypes, and Screening your Kids’ Friends