1. Men should not go in the street together with their wives.Ho hum. There's actually not much to say about a society in which a little girl riding a bike must be guarded against as a potential sexual temptation. (Although I am wondering about pt. 12. What exactly does the mashgiach do at these exercise classes? Doesn't a mashgiach being there run completely contrary to the spirit of these rules? Or perhaps it's a mashgicha?)
2. Women should not sit in the front of a car. Women and girls, of course, should not sit in the front when in a taxi. And of course, don't send kids alone in taxis.
3. The men should stick to the "men's side" and the women on their side. (and no one should walk in the middle of the street)
4. Women should not make any hupkis in the street, and shouldn't speak loudly, especially when the bachurim and men are coming and going from yeshiva and kollel.
5. In the 'connected' houses (duplexes?), don't stand or sit at the
entrances so the men can get in and out in a tzniusdik manner. And don't speak loudly so that people in the houses can hear you.
6. Women and girls can't go out in long housecoats.
7. It's not tzniusdik to wear bobby/ankle socks over stockings.
8. About tznius in dress: ?? should be long - till past the bone(?). C'v never wear see-through(?) or colored stockings, or tight or short dresses. Don't dye your eyebrows. Stick to the takanos about shaitel bands, and never wear long shaitels.
9. Girls may not ride bikes.
10. Girls should not jump on trampolines unless there's a really good mechitza around it.
11. Make sure the goyta that comes to work in your house doesn't dress, ahh, improperly - not in the street or in the house.
12. Don't make exercise groups without permission from the Beis Din and without a mashgiach.
13. When you make a simcha, the entrances should be totally separate(?). And it should not be possible for men and women to meet up. There should be extra sinks (by the bathrooms). And understandably, the mechitza should be properly closed.
14. The Bais Medrash is a makom kadosh, and men must come in properly dressed - with hat and rekk'l (long jacket). Make sure to turn off cellphones so they won't ring inside, and don't talk loudly(?), especially during davening.
15. Children, (inc. bachurim and older girls) should not own any modern technology - computers, cellphones, palm pilots.
This list is simply so absurd and over the top and depressing and pointless -- you can regulate from here until tomorrow, but unless women are shut up at home and not allowed out, men will always have opportunities to see them and hear them and will at some point have to deal with this.
It did occur to me that the women in this community could start wearing a burqa -- however, they can't go out in a long housecoat (pt. 6). So I guess that's out of the question...
*More accurate translations welcome in comments.