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This one is REALLY hard to understand from the outside looking in.
The only Orthodox Jewish characters in popular media are "Hasidic Jews." A more modern variety of Orthodoxy or just less Hasidic one just doesn't exist in Hollywood.
(We have four.) Birth control is part of Jewish law, though some communities use it far less liberally than others.
Possible reasons for using it could include mental health, physical exhaustion, physical health, recovering between kids.
Orthodox Jews have many shared values with second-wave feminists, and the vast majority of Orthodox women that I've come across feel respected and are choosing their way of life. I once literally had a fight with a reporter from a major news outlet about this because she wouldn't believe me.
Does Judaism consider men and women to be different physically, emotionally, and spiritually? But different in a yin-and-yang sort of way, not a in a Coke-Pepsi sort of way (Coke clearly being the superior of the two). We believe in celebrating women's unique womanhood, not trying to make her more like a man. Go out and meet some Orthodox Jewish women yourself and see directly from them how they're treated. (Did I mention that my husband is an excellent cook?! She had no real knowledge of the Orthodox community, yet she INSISTED that Orthodox women don't (and can't) work.
No, but I've been asked this numerous times — once even by my cleaning lady. That's the point: We believe these matters are *private.* No, actually, I don't.
Again, there's no space to do the topic justice, but let's get one thing straight, folks: If you see a wig, assume there's hair underneath, because there usually is. I'm not, and I don't think any of the women in my community are either.
But of course there are SOME subjugated Orthodox women in the world because there are jerky men everywhere including in the Orthodox world.
She noted at one point that "maybe my secular bias is getting in the way." (Ya think?!
) When she finally conceded that Orthodox women could work, she asked, "Well, what do they do — run shops?
Jewish law only states that a couple have a boy and a girl in order to fulfill the commandment of procreating.