Thursday, March 03, 2005

Mayim Rabim

At the end of the article I wrote about Jewish women bloggers a few months ago, I concluded:
By means of blogging many women, particularly more Orthodox ones, have found a way to circumvent restrictions placed on them by their social circles, and gain a strong public voice. They are communicating directly with their peer group and with others, forming online communities and gaining personal followings. As blogging moves further into the mainstream, this can only increase; yet another indication of changing social structures within the Jewish community, the more assertive tendencies of women in today’s society – and a significant phenomenon with the power to change the way Jewish women of all walks of life perceive and are perceived.
Perhaps one of the greatest demonstrations of how blogging is affecting Jewish women is this new fascinating group-blog about Taharat Hamishpacha, which is hosting some extremely honest discussions about issues which are extremely important to women, which they normally do not have an opportunity to discuss.

(Via ELF)

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