Public Displays of Affection, Part II

We recently mentioned R. Dov Fischer’s assertion that: A married man is not even supposed to put his arm around his wife in public because that signals to others that she now is at the time of month that is after mikveh but before the next cycle. We took issue then with R. Fischer’s assumption […]

If You Give A Chicken A Glass of Milk

R. Natan Slifkin writes: Halacha says, don’t eat chicken and milk, as a safeguard against eating meat and milk. Judaism requires that we proactively create safeguards to better ensure that we don’t make terrible mistakes. “Gavriel M” comments: Halacha says, don’t eat chicken and milk, as a safeguard against eating meat and milk. There’s not […]

Public Displays of Affection, Part I

R. Dov Fischer writes: Orthodox Jews even are modest about going to mikvah. The mother does not announce it to the kids. If she needs her husband to pick her up, he is not supposed to park right in front of the mikvah. A married man is not even supposed to put his arm around […]